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The 1933 CAMPANILE 

YEARBOOK OF THE RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS 



ROBERT K. BLAIR, Editor 



JACK REEVES, Business Manager 



VOLUME XVIII 



IT 




CONTENTS 

UNIVERSITY 

School 
Administration 

CLASSES 

Seniors 
Juniors 
Sophomores 
Freshmen 

CAMPUS 

Activities 
Organizations 
Publications 
Sallyport 

VANITY FAIR 
SPORTS 

Football 

Basketball 

Track 

Baseball 
Other Sports 




FOREWORD 

There are too many nec- 
essary omissions and there 
is too much of the personal 
element in its compilation 
for this book to be wholly a 
naturalistic representation 
of life at Rice. The impres- 
sion is the thing. That this 
shorthand may serve to 
stimulate you to relive in 
imagination the predomi- 
nant emotions and impres- 
sions of your life this year 
at school is the sincere 
desire of the editor. 




DR. ASA C. CHANDLER 




To 
DR. ASA C. 
CHANDLER 

our friend and teacher, 
who is one of our school s 
foremost contributors to 
the advancement of sci- 
ence and who represents a 
spirit of hard work tem- 
pered by sportsmanship 
and a sense of humor, this 
volume is dedicated with 
every sentiment of regard. 




EDITOR 
ROBERT K. BLAIR 

BUSINESS MANAGER 
JACK REEVES 

ENGRAVER 
PARKE ENGRAVING CO. 

PRINTER 
THE REIN COMPANY 

PHOTOGRAPHER 
ROULANDE STUDIO 

SUBDIVISION PAGES 

MODELS IN FELT 

BY 

ALLEN KINSMAN 

VANITY FAIR PHOTOGRAPHS 

BY 

HAZELDENE LUSTER 




U N IVE RS ITY 



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THE BIOLOGY LABORATORY 



THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 




Eliflf i 4 r I 

a fe>; f pi $! ; . >■. ■■ (S3 




THE FIELD HOUSE 



THE SALLYPORT 





THE CHEMISTRY TOWER 



THE CLOISTERS & QUADRANGLE 





THE CAMPANILE 



THE COHEN HOUSE 





ADMINISTRATION 







PRESIDENT EDGAR ODELL LOVETT 



•TO RICE NINETEEN THIRTY-THREE • 

Among the remarkable works of man in architecture and engineering that the planet 
affords, few are quite so beautiful as certain aspects of the Rice campus familiar to all 
of us in their variety and recurrence. You have onlv to think of columns and cloisters 
and loggias, and the near-by towers, immediately to recall the unforgettable charm of 
them in morning mist, or noonday splendor, under western glow, or, best of all, when 
illumined only by the lamps in the courts. \ et that is a recoverv. you will sav, of no more 
than half the picture, for this altogether lovelv material beauty of form and color with- 
out is matched by an equally kindly spiritual beautv of character and faith within, which 
we have seen manifest itself again and again in fair play and square dealing, courage 
and courtesy, worthy work and stout-hearted devotion to it. 

That such influences of the place upon you, within and without, moral and material 
as well, have been growing instead of diminishing with the years, I have not the slightest 
doubt. For as you collect the experiences we have shared from 1929 to 1933. 1 think you 
will find, as I find, that both you who go out and we who remain behind do so with an 
enhanced sense of beautv. with greater respect for human character, with a saner sense 
of justice, with higher hope of enduring achievement, with a keener sense of humor, with 
hardier resolution in the quest of truth, and with a consequent sense of progress, for the 
bringing of better things about. At anv rate, when wishing vou a sense of humor, a sense 
of justice, and a sense of beautv. for the labor and leisure of life, we are wishing you 
powers vou alreadv possess. May thev continue to minister to you even as the guardian 
spirits of letters and science and art minister to your Alma Mater. 

— Edaar (hU'U Lovett 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

James Addison 1? VKER Chairman 

\\ ii.i.i \ m M vksh Kiel., ,1k. I ice Chairman 

John Th \ddi.i s Scott / ice Chairman 

Benjamin Boris Kick Secretary-Treasurer 



Yah, vr ( >DKI.l. I.OVETT 

Alexander Sessi ms Cleveland 
I ,i)\\ \kd Andrew Peden 



OFFICERS 
OF THE ADMINISTRATION 



Edgar Odell Lovett President 

Robert Granville Caldwell Dean 

Samuel Glenn McCann Registrar 

John Thomas McCants Bursar 




I ' \ I lt\\ I I 1 





M. ■('. 




McCants 







DEPARTMENTAL HEADS 



Stockton \\son. LL.D. — Professor of English Literature 

Robert Gr vn\ ille Caldm ell. Lit 1. 1). — Professor of Amer- 
ican History 



\- \ ( !n \\\ ford ( In wni.Eu. I'll. I). —Professor of Biology 

Griffith Conrad Evans, Ph.D. — Professor of Pure \laih- 

i mollis 



\l v\ Freund, Ph.D. Professor of German 

Herbert k. o Hi mphrey, E.E. — Professor of Electrical En- 
gineering 



M ircel Mokm ii. Docteur es Lettres — Professor of French 

Joseph Horace Poind. M.E. — Professor of Mechanical 
Engineering 



Lewis Bvhcock Ryon. Jr., C.E. — Professor of Civil Engineering 

II won Alexander Scott. Ph. I). Professor of Physical 
Education 



Radosla\ Vndrea Tsanoff, Ph.D. Prof essor of Philosophy 

Willi vm \\ vri> \\ \tkin. M. \.l. \.. Professor i>l Irchitec- 

Inn 



llusm Boyer \\ eiser. Ph.D. Prof essor of Chemistry 

IDroi.i) Albert Wilson, D.Sc. Professor of Physia 

Professors whost pictures do not tip/nor 

Claude Willum Hevps. Ph.D. Prof ssor of Physics 
Edgar Odell Lovett, Sc.D.— Prof ssor of Mathematics 
\i.\n Dii;\ii) \1cKillop. Ph.D. Professor of English 



FACULTY ROSTER 



ARCHITECTURE 

James Chillman, M.A.I. A., Assistant Professor 
Chas. L. Browne, B.S., Instructor 
Fred Wm. Browne, Instructor 

C. E. HoOTEN, M-A-, Instructor 

Addison S. Nunn, B.S., Fellow 
Rort. W. Tali.ev, B.S., Fellow 



BIOLOGY 

Edgar Altenburg, Ph.D., Assistant Professor 

Morris A. Stewart, Ph.D., Instructor 

Hugh C. Welsh, M.D., Instructor 

Joseph I. Davies, M.A., Instructor 

P. L. Burlingame, M.A., Fellow 

Joe M. Parker, M.S., Fellow 

Kium I - II \\ uu>. M \ . I • Hon 



CHEMISTRY 

A. D. Garrison, Ph.D., issislanl Professor 
A. J. Hartsook. M.S., Assistant Professor 
H. 0. Nicholas, Ph.D., Instructor 
G. H. RlCHTER, Ph.D., Instructor 

A. F. Scott. Ph.D., Instructor 
C. E. Cockrkll. B.S.. Fellow 

B. C. Dosser, B.S., Fellow 
G. R. Gray, M.A., Fellow 

\V. O. Mii.i.iihn, MA. Fellow 



economics 



Heinrich Meyer, Ph.D., Instructor 
William J. Mi'llov, M.A., Instructor 



HISTORY 

Floyd S. Lear, Ph.D., Assistant Professor 
Lynn M. Case, Ph.D., Instructor 
Austin Mardon, M.A., Lecturer 



MATHEM \TICS 

Lester R. Ford, Ph.D., Assistant Professor 

II E. Bray, Ph.D., Assistant Professor 

L. M. I'.i.i mkmiul. Ph.D., Instructor 

Cms. II Di\. I'll It . Instructor 

\i.i< e C. Dean, M.A., Fellow 

G. A. Garrett, B. \ . Fellow 

.1 W II mix. B \ . Fellow 

John T. Hi rt, \I \ . Fellow 

Robert S. \l krtin, Ph.D., Fellow 

Cn is. B. Morrey, Fellow 

John M Thompson, M.S., Assistant 



PHILOSOPHY 

V. C. Aldricu, Ph D . Instructor 



Joseph R. Shannon, M.A., Instructor 
Verne F. Simons. M.A., Instructor 
R. E. Westmeyer, Ph.D., Instructor 



IMI1 SICAL EDI CATION 
Gilbert L. Hermance, M \ . Instructor 



EDUCATION 
J. Alyts Lynch. Ph.D., Instructor 



ENGINEERING 

B. R. CROOKSTON, B.S., Instructor M.I'. 
.1. M. Mm ler, B.S., Instructor E.E. 
J. V. Pennington, Instructor M.E. 
E. J. Shimek, M.S., Instructor E.E. 
L. V. UhhiG, B.S.. Instructor C.E. 
.1. S. Waters. B.S., Instructor E.E. 
W. E. White, B.S., Instructor E.E. 
II. C. Kriegel, B.S., Assistant E.E. 



PHYSICS 

A. B. Bui i\. Ph.D., Instructor 
I. \l Moi i-Smiim, I'll I) . Instructor 
Tom \\ Bonner, M.A., Fellow 
\\ m i; Pollard, B.A . Fellow 



PSYCHOLOGY 
Frank A. Pattie, I'll I). Issistant Professor 



lio\l VNCE LANGUAGES 



ENGLISH 

Carroll Camden. Ph.D., Instructor 
J. S. Gallegly, M.A., Instructor 
.1. W. Hendren, M.A., Instructor 
\\. M. Ill i.-i.n. M.A., Instructor 
J. D. Thomas. M.A.. Instructor 
II. \Y. Whiting, Ph.D., Instructor 
G. G. Williams, M.S.. Instructor 



Joseph I.. Bai nsi \. \1 \ . Inst, in Spanish and Hall 
Andre G. Bourgeois, B.enD., Instructor in French 
II L. Johnson, M.A., Instructor in Spanish 
.1. E. Jones, M.A.. Instructor in Spanish 

W. P. MlKSCH, M.A., Instructor in French 

E. J. Obi hi i . M V. Instructor in French 

I'. \. Shelton, M.A., Instructor in French 

A. R. Favreai . B.A., Assistant in French 

Lee Hodges, U.S., Assistant in French and Spanish 




sn ii. n>i i\ 



MuDKSI II 



THE STUDENT COUNCIL 

Officers 

Gordon Nicholson President 

Jennie V. Sweeney Modesett . I ice President 

DoROTin Qi in Secretary 

Ben Sewell Treasurer 

Ros Sk\\ eli Councilman-at-large 



Class Representatives 



, 



B. Si.u i.ii. 



S<'iil<ir 



Robert Blair 
I \mi:s Fite 



Willi vm \1( Kinnki 

Fk vnk \\ VI.I.ACE 



Junior 
William Barton Milton Williams 

Stella McNeir 



Mi kiwi i 



11 Srcw iii 



Sophomort 



George \llkn 



Dorothh Qi IN 



\i. \. in 



THE WOMEN'S COUNCIL 

Officers 

Irma Fonville President 

Leota Meyer Vice President 

Collier Cooke Secretary-Treasurer 

Annie Louise Perlitz Member-at-larse 

Class Representatives 
Junior 
Stella McXeir Lenoir Bowen 



So plli 



Kathryn Pearson 



Collier Cooke 



Freshman 
Charlotte Rotan 



Irma Fonville 



Leota M eyeh 



Collier Cooke 



Li voir Bowen 



Si ill \ \li:\ i. in 



l\ \ I inn ^ I'l: \itsoN 







Charlotte Rotan 




THE HONOR COUNCIL 



I I I IHll I It 



M VHSIl VI. I. I I ll'.l'.l IK 



President 



r.i , 11 



( llass Representatives 
Senior 
James Beeley Evelyn Hansen 

M \m Coffman M mssii \i.i. 1 1 1 hhi.i.k 



Junior 
m vrgaret lawson talbott \\ [lson 

Thom \s \\ itkins 



i;ii!-<i\ 




1 1 \\w \ 



\\ SI KINS 



Sophomore 
Riciivki) Kisek William Gibson 



\\ [LSON 




CLASSES 



ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

Officers 

W. M. Standish, '16 President 

Mrs. M \rjorie Lockm \\ Bodet, "28 I ice President 

E. F. K vi h. '16 Secretary-Treasurer 

\\ . 15. ( ! vh V.NISS, "28 Executive Secretary 

Executive Hoard 
J. I. Campbell, "21 Marvin ( 1. Moore, "27 

Mrs. Katyruth Stricker Fraley, "2,5 l)i i>i.e> ,)\n\is. "21 

Miller 11. Alexander, "23 C. E. \\ ademan, "21 

Thomvs NX. Moore, "2.5 W. M. Abbey, "J8 

Mrs. Estelle Streetman Lindsey, "20 

Executive Office: Administration Building, The Rice Institute, Houston, Texas 

PHI LAMBDA UPSILON 

Beatty, K. W. Gray, <;. R. Taggert, M. S. 

Bridger, G. L. Gwin, G. T. Williams, Milton 

COLE, R. M.. Treasurer Hurley, F. II. Wilson, R. W.„ I ice Pies. 

Dinsmoor. (i. II. Ki hn, C. S., Secretary 

ECKHOLM, \Y. C. ROY, M. F., President 

HALL COMMITTEE 

,1 \ki: II. II ESS, .1 R Chairman 

II est Hall 
Jake II. Hess, Jr. Bob Myer Chester Klaerner 

South Hall 
Gilmore Gwin Hal Mickelson Odis Harris 

East Hall 
Tom Driscoll Weldon Hale 



JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIP LIST 



SCHOLARS WITH SPECIAL 
MENTION 

Briiighurst, John Henry. Jr. 
Burge, Curtis Hunter 
Clay, Lucy Anile 
Durham. Lenore 
Fraclitman. Hirsch Julian 
Gwin, Cilmore Taylor. Jr. 
Halpin. Frank Cornelius 
Kibbler, Marshall Edward 
Hurley, Frank House 
[lies, George Maximilian 
Jackson, Ben Franklin 
Jordan, Zelma Keel 
Loughridge. Ruth Orlean 
Mason, Harry John 
Meyer, Mnrjorie 



O'Leary, Mildred Catherim 
Shapiro, Samuel Jacob 
Sims. John LeRoy 
Turner, Helen Elizabeth 
Weiehert, Minnie Adella 

SCHOLARS 

Anderson, John Fredei icfc 
Beeley, James Alfred 
Bellows. Iris Maxine 
Blair. Robert Kendrick 
Bloom. Harry Alfred 
Bonner. Jesse Willis 
I'.i idger, Grover Leon 
Brtiner. John Beloit 
Chavanne, Harry Joseph 
Coffman, Mary Ellen 



Courtney. Je*se Lawrence 
Crofford. Carl Frederick 
Fonville, lima Dorothy 
( !oss, Euln Amelia 
Gutierrez, Margaret Clair 
Hilliard, Winnie Beanian 
Hovas, Edward Manuel 
Hudson. James I lavidson 
Kehl. Christian Horace, Jr. 
Kennedy. -Mary Elender 
Knlin, Carl Sellner, Jr. 
Knntselier. Josephine Hedwig 
Lucy. Aline " levelaud 
Ludtke, Haze] Rose 
MeKinney. William Worle 
Maguire. Margaret Elizabeth 
Mills. Kenneth Niswougei 



Mini/.. Isadore Isie 
Morrow, YAalrer Kyle, Jr. 
Nathan, Charles David 
Newcomer, Ral*)h 
Richter, Paul Alexander 
Sewell. Ben Gardner 
Simons. Madelene Shelby 
Sum-, K\clyn Virginia 
Soule, Gardner B. II. 
Stroziei'. William Enloe 
Timierello, John Lewis 
Vinson, Virginia 
Wilting. Orville Taylor. II 
\\ i< - Ednina Elizabeth 
Wiirrai, Harold Ellsworth 
Williams, Annie Reid 



SOPHOMORE SCHOLARSHIP LIST 



SCHOLARS WITH SPECIAL 
MENTION 

Claypool. Martha Jane 
Dunlap, Orniond Earl 
Eekman. Walter 
Eklinlin, Wesley Clarence 
Hall. Martha Louise 
Hallman. Ralph I- 1 1 . rsou 
Heinrich. Raymond Lawrence 
Heyck. Leonora Thomas 
Higginbotham, Sauford Wilson 
Verlandei', Genevieve 
Williams. Jack Clarke 
Williams. MiltOll 

'.. !!■■[. Margnrei Wall 



Ad.. hi-. Joe Mum 
Alter, Fred Cunningham 
Andrus, William Darwin 
Aucoin, Anthony Andrew 
Baker. Cary 

Bauer, Jewel Antoinette 
Bentz 1 -,t i in i o i 'i., i ence 
Billerl, Gladys Anna E. 
Boone, James Paid 
Bonne. \\ illiam Jefferson 
Bowling, Leslie Raymond 
Boyd, Alice Lynn 
Butchei . Ernest Dell. Jr. 
Campbell, Theodore Clinton 
Cavitt, Man' Elizabeth 
Chi isi inn. Frances Louise 
Cra in. Margaret Virginia 
Duckett, Elizabeth Anne 



Diorak, John Jei vy 

Eddy. LeRoj Bel ton 

Ehlert. Lalla Lee 

Everheait. Mary Eleanor 

Feder, Leon 

Geiselman, Grovei Josepl 

Gillett, Donald Bnckover 

Graf. Hazel Ma; 

Hall. Coriimi- Elizal eth 

Hall. Peggj 

High Oscar Klusworthy 

Hlngle. Frances Elizabell 

Horner, Elizabell) K ithei 

Jessup. w illiam Jennings 

Landau, Mila 

Landau, Tola 

Lawson, Margarel Rose 

Leigh, R at Shine*, 

Lenoir, Walter Prank, Ji 



Logulns, Marj Elizabeth 
McCullough, James Lawre 
Meyer, Paulim Julb line 
Miller, Lamar 
Mnsk, Milton Stanford 
Parker, Koberl Franklin 
Reynolds, Mary Helen 
Roos, Sigrid 
Rourke, Roberl i: 
Scott, Roj Bevetlj 
siillmaii, Sybilla Ray 
Suttle. Betty Lloyd 
Taliey, Hallie Elizabeth 
Thompson, Howard Marlii 



W : 



Le V. 



\\ illiamson, w illiam J< 
U ilsou Fred Talbot 
Wright, Charles Went" 
Wynne. Harris Cellj 



FRESHMAN SCHOLARSHIP LIST 



SCHOLARS Willi SPECIA1 

MENTION 
Banner, Samuel Knox 
Barnes. Earl Bower 
Belleggie, Philip Augi stus 
Cook. Raymond Augustus 
Crooker, John 11cm y, Jr. 
1 tuckett, Ma Louise 
Elkins, Mai gai el Mo li na 
Everett. Elizabeth Lou 
Fouke, Harry Haydou 
Fnniian, David Charles 
Goldofsky, Deborah Gertrude 
Green, John Willie. Jr. 
Jacobs. Edna Leah 
Johnston. Helen Elizabeth 
I ,odge, Marga :< i Rose 
McDavid. Mildred Rosetta 
McElrath, Eby Nell 
McReynolds, John Oliver 
\\ Lgi e, Willie Eunice 
Masterson, Willi, mi Henry 



Pike, George Edgar 
Rashei i v. John Shepa 
Rogers, Fred Terry, Ji 
Selkirk, Mildred Loui 
Smith. Virginia Kathi 
Soule, Margaret 
Storey, Luolln Elizabi 
Storey, Willam Lyndo 
Werner. Marjorie Clai 
Wilson. Kathleen Mai 
Worsley, Constance R 



SCHOLARS 
Aronsou, Arnold Block 
Ballard, Mary Louise 
Bern, in. Esl her.Irene 
Chambliss, Roy 
Collins, Theron Tllford, Jr. 
De Voting, Richard, .1 1 

Dii. ■. [.Catherine 

Dixon. Thelnia Fa., 

I 'mil.'. i r, Thomas Arthur 



Eckel, Dorothy Louise 
Elkins. i leorge 1 >uey 
Ferguson, Willi. mi Muri ay 
Eoulks, Caroline Spencei 
Francis, William Howard 
Gwin, George llarvm 

Hamill, Rayn i Dale 

ili --., Wilbur, Eucene 
Gibson, William Hunter 
II. up. Bill Myers 
Johnson, Herherl How ard 
Johnson, Pauline Faye 
I'll],-, i.uiiii'i Edward, Jr. 
Jones, Tun; \:< 1 1 
Keith, < leurgiana 
King, < 'lyde Chisholm 
Landes, Jii mes Henry 
Lawsuit, William < Jlenn 
l,i wis, Kemp Sloan 
Lewis, Selni.i All trey 
Lewis, William Van 
McCarthy, Charles Edward 



Mi Ki an, Charles Vincent 

Mandril. Fri - 

Miller, George John 
Perkins. Roderick Beltron 

I'iinci. (i. i Guthrie 

Pratt. Edna Irene 

(juhi, Dorothy Clinton 

Sanders, Odell Kenton 

Scheps, < 'larenci 

Si in uer, I '"ii 

Shirley, Ruth Evangeline 

South. Ora Clotile 

s,,i;/a, Frances Sara 

Stalnaker, Emilj 

Stover. Carolyn Anne 

si llivan. Elizabeth Mary A. 

Thacker. Leslie Hazletl 

\\ ashhurn, Lama Lee 

West, Sallie Josephine 

Wilson, Glenn William. Jr, 

Wnrsham, Weiton 

Yale, Ruth 



CANDIDATES FOR ADVANCED DEGREES 



BACHELOR OK SCIENCE l\ 

Mil lllll ■:« II RE 

Thomas Rhone Bacon. Jr 
\\ alter Reuben Johnson 
Mildred l.u.il,- Lancaster 
Thompson Hill McCliiir} 
Bailee Mien S\> enson 
Paul Hunter Wolf 



i HEMICAL ENGINEER 

Louis Mm. ii' Milton Barnelle 
Richard William Bcult> 
Margaret Hortcnsc Hutchinson 
Robert \\ ilnier Stuart, Jr. 



Ml'.c.ll VNICA.L ENGINEER 

Lcopoldo John Castcllanos 
Robert Lcvan I 'rain 



M xSTER OF Mi I' 

Cyril Ellsworth Cockrell 
Robert Charles Dosser 
Vlphousc Roland Fax reau 
( leorgc \l \ in i larrcl I 
Joseph Williams II, ,lm 
Lee Hodges 
Vlicc Mannig llov.is 
Frcdc i, William K ern 
Renee < laste Kerr 
Louis Kestenberg 



Charline Estelle Lallier 
Johnny Fay Lilly 
Margaret Lee Martin 
Ralph Everette Peterson 
W illiaro ' Irosvenor Pollard 
Max Ferdinand Roy 
Robert William Tallcy 
Ralph Woodrow Wilson 

DOCTOR in-' PHILOSOPI-n 

John II, airs l'.imi,'\ 
Si. Ion Harris. Jr. 

Barnes Fletcher Lalhrop 
Vlberl Grant Mallison 
Homer Clarence Matthes 
John \ irgil Pennington 
Paul Klein Roes 



GRADUATE STUDENTS 



Volne> Mchibald \chesoi 
Mar> Mozelle Wilis 
John Edwin Vrmslrong 
Thomas Rhone Bacon, .h 
Richard Pcrrx Hal, Irs 
Louis Minn Milton Barn 
Helen Elizabeth Batle 
Richard William Beallx 
John 1 l,-nr\ Binney 
Tom W ilkerson Bonner 
W alter I larroll Brown 
Paul Lis illusion,- liin In,-; 
Lcopoldo John ( '.ast, -llano 
Cyril Ellsworth Cockrell 
Harold Jerome Cohn 

Roberl \l Ian, I Cole 

Roberl Levari I rain 
Joe Fow ler I )ishron 

II, , lull I harli-s Dosser 
Harvey, i ;,-,,[ ^,- I >urharu 
i lw ,-ndoly n Helen I )wyer 
Mphonse Roland l-'a\ real 
Reuben Jackson Gullawa; 

■■■ Vlvin Garretl 

George Robei l ( irax 



i icorge Louis I ludenral Ii 
Homoiselle Carolyn Haden 
Joseph Williams Halm 

I Hodges 

James I [arris Howard 

II, -i I Paul How, -lion 
John Tom Hurl 
Margaret Hortense Hull hi 
W alter Reuben Johnson 
I lerberl Jennings Jones 
Solomon Kaplan 
Louis hrsh-nlirru 
Hegar Charles Krigel 
Charline Estelle Lallier 
Mil, In-, 1 Lucile Lancastei 
Ii irnes Fletcher Lalhrop 
Louis,- Lenoir 

.lolillllN La \ I. ills 

Daniel Bayne Lovejoy 
Thompson Hill \lr( '.1,-ai y 
W illi.nii M.-Laurin McKax 
Margarel Lee Martin 
Homer Clarence Malthes 
Benjamin Slarr Mel ion 
Marvin Maurice Mickle 



Winfred 0, Milligan 

Joe Marion Parker 

l.,,la Vnnetle Monlez Parker 

Ralph Everette Peterson 

Leonora Elizabeth Plowden 

William ( Irosvcnor Pollard 

W illiara W In y Reader 

Paul Klein Rees 

John Lawrence Rogers 

Max Ferdinand Roy 

Mary ( rilmour Rust 

James Herbert Sawyer, Jr. 

Roberl W ilmer Stuart, Jr. 

Bailex Vllen Swenson 

Douglas lluss.-ll Swetland 

Millard Srals Ta'ggart 

Roberl William Talley 

Mignonette Cecilia M Trescbwig 

Madeleine Cecile Walton 

Frances 1 )ouglas Ward 

Max Weiner 

Eugene Gerald Westheimer 

Ralph Woodrow Wilson 

Paul Hunter \\ oil 



■ 




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SENIORS 




Moody, \i m\ ■ Houston 

/•'. i. Degree 
It;, IK Club ':!0- - :!2: Pre-Law '30-'32: \ssislanl Business 
Manager, Thresher, ':!l-':!2: Business Manager, Thresher, 
'32-'33; Presidenl of Senior ('.hiss; Dance Commitlec 
- 32-'33. 

Strozier, William Enloe Houston 

B I Degree 
Secretary and Treasurer of Senior Class; Senior Vraer- 
ican Committee; Italh Club 



Tl I [ 1.1 . \1 \ ] \l VRG \ltl.l 

/>' I Degree 
\ ice Presidenl of Senior Class-. May Fete 



ouston 



/'resident 



Secret trv- Treusur 



I in President 




VdaMS, G. It n HARD 

E.E. Degree 
Engineering Society: A.l.E.E. 

\ Mil IISON, John F, 

B.S. in E.E. 
Vl.E.E.. Treasurer. 



Houston 



I [ouston 



\ I K] NSON, ( UlRISTINE 

It 1. Degree 
Spanish Club '30-'31; Basketball '30-'33; Tennis 
Club, Secretary '.!:!: Y.W.C.A. 



B UtkKll. EtOILE 

/>' I. Degree 



Houston 

I luiislon 



Iti i i i;v. Jam is A. 

/; I Degree 
Pre-Law; Cranmer Club, Presidenl '31-*32; Honor 
Council; Auditor, Studenl Publications. 

Bellows, litis Houston 

B.A. Degree 
Y.W.C.A.. Parliamentarian; Tennis Club, Treasurer. 

Blair, Itmu hi K Vernon 

/.' t. Degree 
Band '29-'33; Biology Assistant; Student Council: Assist- 
ant Editor, Campanile, ':>2: Editor, Campanile, '33; R & 
Ouill Association. 



Bond, I.i.mhii 
li I Degree 
Baptisl Studenl I nion, 'i'l-':!:',. 

Bonner, Jesse Willis 

B.S. in U.K. 
Engineering Society; V.S.M.E. 



I [ousto 



Houston 



Brady, Kenneth I [ouston 

B.S. in C.E. 
Engineering Society; A.S.C.E.; Honor Council '31-'32. 

Bresky, Leon Houston 

/>' t . Degree 
Feature Editor, Thresher, '32-'33; Debating Society; 
Writing Club. 

BniNGin nsi. John II.. .In. Houston 

B.S. in C.E. 
Engineering Society '32-'33; Dramatic Club '30-'31; 
\. S.C.I-:. •: , ,J-':t:t; \ssisiani Manager CIO. Deparl- 

ineni of Engii ring Show '32; Junior Engineering 

Scholar '32; Honorable Mention Graham Baker 
Scholarship :IJ; Phi Beta Kappa; Crnnmei Club ':'.:'.; 

Malh Grader and \ssislanl 



Bruner, Beloit 

B.A. Degree 
Y.W.CA. 

Bryson, Louise 

li. 1. Degree 
E.B.L.S. 

Burdeaux, Vera Mae 
B.A. Degree 



BURFORD, R. D. 

B.A. Degree 



Houston 



I Imislim 



Housto 



Houston 



Houston 



BVBEE, K\ Ei.VN 

B.A. Degree 
Tennis Club '29-'31; Y.W.CA. '30-*31; M.E. Studenl 
Union '30-'31, Secretary '31. 



Carter, Wintiirup Houston 

B.A. Degree 
Tennis Team '31-*33, Co-Captain '33; Chairman 
Executive Committee *33. 



Chambers. Gene 

B.A. Degree 
Football '29-'30- Track *29-'31. 

Chapman, Willie Mae 
B.A. Degree 



Houston 



Lake Charles. La 



i'iiwwm:. H\kiu Joseph 

B.A. Degree 
Bund '29-'33; French Club '30-'31; B.S.U. '29-'33; 
Grader in B.A. 300. 



Chun, Melvin E. 

B.S. in E.E. 
Engineering Society . 



[ioust<: 



Clay, Lucy Vnile Houst< 

B.A. Degree 
Y.W.CA. ; D.A.R. Scholar '32- '33; Tennis Club '31- '3: 
Writing Cub. 

Cleveland, Ellen Houstn 

B.A. Degree 
O.W.L.S. 



Coffman, Mary Ellen Seabro >k 

B.A. Degree 
Honor Council '33; M.S.U.; Dickson Scholar '32. 

Collier, Alrert W. Houston 

B.A. Degree 

Copeland, John M. Houston 

B.A. Degree 



Crun, Margaret Virginia Victoria 

B.A. Degree 

Dannenbvfm, Joyce J. Houslon 

B.A. Degree 

I) wis. Marvin Houston 

B.A. Degree 





Dawson, Lois Ruse Margaret 

B. I. Degree 
Tennis Club, Secretary '32, President '33. 



Houston 



DiNsMoon, Gordon H. 

B.S. in Ch. E. 
Ralh Club; Phi Lambda Upsilon. 

Doi 11. Benjamin Truman 

/>' 1 Ih-qVC- 

Vrchi-Arts. 

Edmondson, Paul B. 

B.S. in C.E. 
Engineering Society; A.S.C.E.; Band. 

Farris, Edgar <Vlfred, .In. 

B.S. In E.E. 
Engineering Sociel y ; V.I. E.E. 

Felder, Sibyl 
li \ Degree 
French Club; Thresher; Writing Club. 



Si. Marys, W. Va 



Ft. Worth 



Houston 



lloiist. 



Fite, James V, ,1 w. 

/>' L Degree 
Sophomore Ball Committee; Junior Prom; Chairman Final 
Ball; Rally Club '30-'33, President "33. 

Fonville, I it\i \ 1 [ouston 

B. \. Degree 
Woman's Council '30-'31, President '33; May Fete '30; 
E.B.L.S. Treasurer '32; Chairman Reception Com- 
millee '33. 



Foosuee, Anna Margaret 

B.A. Degree 
May Fete '32; Junior Prom '32 



Houston 



l> ill;! 



Foy, Howell G. 

B.S. in P.E. 
Football '29-'32; Track '29-'33; B.A. 210 Grader; Student 
Assistant in P.E.; "R" Association. 

Frachtman, Hirsch Julian Houston 

B.A. Degree 
Phi Rela Kappa; Biology Assistant; Honorable Men- 
lion, Graham Baker Scholarship '30-*32. 

George, Wiley B. Houston 

B.A. Degree 
Yell Leader '31-'33; Rally Club '31-'33. 



Gibson, Beth Houslon 

B.A. Degree 
\1 S I 

Goodman, Hazel Eileen Houston 

B.A. Degree 
Architectural Sociely, Secretary '33. 

Goss, Eula Houston 

B.A. Degree 
E.R.L.S., Secretary; Pi Delia Phi. 



Gready, Thomas Gerald Houston 

B.A. Degree 
Thresher Editor; Rally Club. 



( ! m. in. Sue 

B.A. Degree 
O.W.L.S. 



St Louis, Mi. 



Guion, Naomi Marguerite 

B.A. Degree 
Campanile Staff '30-'33, Typist; Cranmer Club '29- 
'30; May Fete '30, '32; R and Quill Association '32. 



Gutierrez, Margaret Clair 

B.A. Degree 
Y.W.C.A. 

Half, Thomas H. 

B.S. in Ch.E. 
Rally Club: Engineering Society; 
Banquel . 

Halpin, Frank C. 
B.S. in C.E. 



Houston 



Houston 



Chairman Senior 



Beaumon I 



Hanks, J. B. Shreveport, La. 

B.A. Degree 
Engineering Society '29-'31; Rally ('.tub '29-":;3: Rice Owl 
'29-'33, Business Manager '32: Writing Club '31-'33, 
President '33; R and Quill Association. 



Hansen, Evelyn Lucille 

B.A. Degree 
Honor Council '32-'33. 



Houston 



Monterrey, N L., Mexico 



Harbordt, Henry A. 

B.S. in M.E. 
AS M.I-: ; Engineering Society; Track; ' W \ss. 
ciation. 



Harrison, Jeannette 
B.A. Degree 

Hassel, Lou 

B.S. in P.E. 
Football '29-'32; "R" Association. 



De Ridder, La. 



Wallingford, Conn. 



Houstoi 



Hibbler, M. E. 

B.A. Degree 
Physics (ssistanl '30-'33; Math. Grader '30-'33; 
M.S.I. 



Hilliard, Winnie Helen 
B.A. Degree 



Monroe, Li 



Holden. Hemu M., Jr. Houston 

B. 1. Degree 
Pre-Law Society, '29-*33; Tennis '31, '32, '33, Capt. '31. 

Hollow vy. Edward Leroy Lufkin 

B.S. in P.E. 
Track '29-*33, Captain '32-'33; "If Association; 
Physical Educaliun Instructor '32-'33. 



Holmes, Lloyd 
B.S. in Ch.E. 
Engineering Society. 



I I « 



HoUStC 



Houchins, Mary Lucile 

B.A. Degree 
O.W.L.S.; Dramalie Clul» : M;.> Fete, Duchess "31. 

Hovas, Edward Manuel Houston 

B.A. Degree 
Engineering Society *29- 1 30: Secretary .Junior ('lass 
'31 : Dance Committee, Ring Con mi i I tee, Senior < Jlass; 
Rally Club. 



Hudson, James Davidson 

B.S. in E.E. 
Engineering Society; A. I. E.E. 



Houston 



Hurley, Frank H., Jr. Houston 

B.A. Degree 
Editor Rice Owl; Rally Club: R and Quill; Phi Lambda 
L'psilon; Student Council '32; Dance Committee '32. 



Illes, George Maximilian 

B.A. Degree 
Phi Beta kappa. 



Dallas 





Imiii h. J. R. 
/;. \ Degree 

,1 VC.KSON, l!l-;\ 

/>'. I. Degree 
Track '30-'33. 



Houston 



Cole 



.1 \ \l I >. I )| 1 \\ !\ \ . I [OUStOD 

8. 1 Degree 
Band: Architectural Society; Dramatic Club. 



.1 \ll\ IS. \l \ If, VlRGINl 

8 I Degree 
O.W.L.S. 



HousU 



Johnson, Charles Francis Houston 

B.S. in \1E. 
Engineering Society '28-'33, Presidenl ':!:!; V.S.M.E. 
'30-'32. 

Jones, Kenneth E. Houston 

B.S. in U.E. 
Engineering Society '30-'33; Assistant M.E. Dcpl 
'30-'31; Assistant Engineering I Id '31-'32. 



.1 1 1 m » \ x. /.i [\i \ k ill 

8 I het,rec 
Tennis Club; Cranmer Club; Junior Thresher. 



Housto 



K VPLAN, II Ullll 


Houston 


/; 1 Degree 




Kaplan, Hi rm \ N 


Houston 


/>' 1 Degree 




\ i ribi . I'm i James 


Houston 


8. 1. Degree 




e-Medical Society. 




K 1 Wl.in . \1 VRG1 GRITE 


Houston 


/>' I Degree 




k i wiiPi, \l \ in Eli Mil it 


1 [ouston 


I: 1 Degree 




•\ W.C.A. 





Kinzeh, Edward Frank Houston 

B.S. in E.E. 
Engineering Society, Treasurer; American Institution of 
Elec. Engrs. Branch, Chairman. 



IClaerner, Chester Fredericksburg 

B.S. in P.E. 
Football '29-'33; Baseball '29-'32; Track '29-'33; "R" 
Association. 



k i \ ri'iMt veil, Ernst k . 

B I Degree 
Los Buhos, Band. 



New Braunfe 



Trinpl.' 



Koch, M elton 
B.S. in P.E. 

Basketball :il-':s:i, C ain '33; Baseball :',l-':t:!. Captain 

'.Ti: "It"' Association. 

k. iin. C.mu. Si-.i.i.m ii. .In. Galveston 

B.S. in Ch.E. 
Engineering Society; Phi Lambda Upsilon. 

ki \imiii a, Josephine I luiision 

/,' I Degree 



Ledereb, Paul Alois 




Houston 




B.S. in C.E. 








Engineering Society "30-'32; 


A.S.C.E. 


'31-'32, Presidenl 


K ' '' '^w^ffl 


'32. 






^ ~#4 


Lee, Melba 




Houston 


m -*s 


B.A. Degree 






a ~^tw& 


Loughridge, Ruth 




Houslon 





B.A. Degree 
O.W.L.S.; Campanile; Owl Staff; P.A.L.S. Scholar- 
Ship; May Fete; H and Quill; Dramatic Club. 

Lucy, Aline Cleveland Houstoi 

B.A. Degree 
French Club '29-*33, Patrons Committee '31; E.B.L.S. 
May Fete '29-'32; Refreshment Comniitlee, Junior Prom 
Dramatic Club '31-"33; Senior Reception Committee. 



Li dtke, Hazel Rose 

B.A. Degree 
} .W.C.A. 

McDonald, Dorothy Cabrolyn 

B.A. Degree 
Architectural Sociel \ . 



McDonald, Pauline 

B.A. Degree 
PALS. 

McGary, Miriam 

B.A . Degree 
E.B.L.S. 

McKinney, Willi \m \\ 

B.A. Degree 
Studenl Council: Rally Club. 



McKlNNON, .1 [M 

B.S. in P.E. 
Football '29-'33: "R" Association. 

Maglire, Margaret Elizabeth 

/>'. 1. Ih-grce 

Marshall, Ariih n \\ \i~d\ 
B.S. in Ch.E, 



Mason, H \mn .Ion IS 

B.S. in M.E. 
Engineering Society "32; A.S.M.E. '32. 

May, Herbert 
B.S. in P.E. 

Football; "IV Association. 

\1 \v, Lee 
B.S. in P.E. 

Football: Track; "R" Association. 



Meyer, Leota Guenard 

B.A, Degree 
P.A.L.S.; Woman's Council. 

Meyer, Marjorie 
B.A. Degree 

Myer, Robert 

B.A. Degree 
Football. 



Ilouslo 



Houston 



Housti 



lloust. 



Honshu, 



Snyde 



Housl. 



Anahi 



Ho us 



Memphis 



Memphi 



I lous 



Houston 



San Antonio 





Mini/, Isadore Houston 

It 1. Degree 

Modesett, Jennie V. Sweeney Houston 

/>• I. Degree 
Sludcnt Association, Vice President; May Fete. 

Montgomery, Charles F. Pampa 

/; I Degree 
Melhodisl Council '29-'31; Band '2')-':i:t. 



Morcom, M. S. Houston 

Rally Club; Golf. 

Morrow, ICyle, Jr. Houston 

/.' 1 Degree 

Pi Delta Phi 

Mi rpiiy, Robert Emmet Houston 

/; \ Degree 



Nabers, Bob Vernon 

H S. in (../•:. 
Engineering Society '31-'33; A.S.C.E. Secretary-Treasurer 
'31-'32. 

Nathan, Ch a mas I ) Houston 

B. 1 Degree 
Dramatic Club '30-'33; Band '29-'30; Patrons Com- 
mittee Junior Prom; Senior Invitations Committee; 
Sophomore Thresher; Thresher Stall '30- '31. 



\i ii i \. Joe 

b s hi />./•;. 

Football '2"-':s:!; "R" Association. 



I [ouston 



Newcomer, Ralph Iowa, La 

/; 1 Degree 
French Club '29-'31; Psychology Assisianl and Crude 
':;\--.\2. 



\ I \\ M \\. K\ \ l.nl [SI 

/; I Degree 
Y.W.C.A.; Tennis Club 



Houston 



llonsh 



\ l< Mill. SON, ( loRDON II. , .1 R. 

/; I Degree 
Freshman Thresher Staff; Honor Council '30-'3] ; 
Rice (>«l '30-'31; Chairman Sophomore Ball; I! mid 
Quill; Junior < lass President; Presidenl Student Asso- 
ciation; Chairman Dance Commitee; Senior Banquel 
( '.niniiiil lee; Board Me^enls A ul r y House; Football 
'31-'33; "R" Association. 



u'l ,i vry. Mildred Catherine 

/i I Degree 
Thresher Associate Editor. 

Ill leniM. .1 I! 
I: l Degree 

( 1 1 i o. \ iii m Florence 

/■; I Degree 
■\ \\ C A : Tennis Club. 



Pariiam, Sam L. 

/> I Degree 

Rail} Club Final Ball Commitlei 

I'm i \ no. William I Iri i n 

/; I. Degree 
Thresher '31-'32; \\ riling Club. 



I'nin im . Hi in Bernice 

B I Degree 
Y.W.C.A., Presidenl; Tennis Club; \l S I 



Houston 

Webster 
Houston 

Houston 
Houston 
Houston 



Quiinn, Edwin Patrick 

B.A. Degree 
Rally Club; Yell Leader. 

Ragland, Douglas 

B.S. in M.E. 
Engineering Society; Band; A.S.M.E. 



Houston 



San Antonio 



Houston 



Reed, James E. 

B.S. in E.E. 
Engineering Society, Secretary '32: Vice President 
'33; Dramatic Club; V.I.E.E., Secretary '32, '33; 
Freshman Football. 

Reeves, Jack Houston 

B.A. Degree 
Campanile; Pre-Law; H ant! Quill; Chairman Senior In- 
vitation Committee. 



Richter, Pail 

B. I Degree 
Business Manager Rice Owl; lialk Club. 



Dallas 



Houston 



Rieger, Alliene Mary 

B.A. Degree 
Spanish Club '27- '33, Secretary-Treasurer '2 1 >-':'>1 : 
( in riian Club '33. 



Rogers, Paul Eugene Houston 

B.S. in M.E. 
Engineering Society; ASM . ]•]., Secret ar\ '-Treasurer '32: 
Assistant Manager Mechanical Engineering Dept. Engi- 
aeering Show '32; R and Quill; Engineering Editor 
Thresher '32: Chairman A.S.M.E. "32. 

Rohrer, George E. Houston 

/>■ 1. Degree 
Manager of Psychology Exhibit, Engineering Show "32; 
Pre-Med. 

Rose, William Barr^ Houslon 

H \. Degree 



Rose, .1 eanette Houston 

B.A. Degree 
P.A.L.S. 

Rulfs, Gerard William 1 Ions ton 

B.S. in Ch.E. 
Engineering Society; Band. 

Sellingsloh, Si i Houston 

R I. Degree 



Sew ell, Ben I touston 

B.A. Degiee 
Rallj Club; Pre-Law President; Studenl Assoi tation. 
Treasurer. 

Sew ell, Roy I louston 

B.A. Degree 
Ball> Club; Pre-Law; Dance Committee; Senioi Amer- 
ican, Chairman; Councilman-at-Large, St mien I Asso- 
ciation. 



Sexton, Sue 

B.A. Degree 
<> W.L.S. 

Shapiro, Sam J. 

B.A . Degree 
Phi Beta Kappa; Assistant in Economics. 

Shaw, Charles Winton 

/>' 1 . Degree 
Band. 

SlLBERSTEIN, MlLTON LeNARD 

B.S. in Ch.E. 
A.S.C.E. , 31-'33. 



Houston 



Houslon 



Houston 





Simons. \l \i.i i i n i 

B I Degree 
} \\ C.A.; Basketball Caplnin 

si\is, t \ man Virginia 
B I Degree 



Bay City 



I louslou 



sims, .1 1. 1 Ho i Houston 

/; I Degree 
Pre-Med; Track ':!!-':',:',; Cross Country ':SL-':!3. 



s i» 11. ' > \ iuin i 11 I [ouston 

/; I Degree 
Thresher '29- '32, Spoils Editor '29-'30, Managing Editor 
'30-'31, Editor '31-'32; Band '29-'33; Executive Alumni 
News ":!J-':i:>: Psychology Departmcnl Engineering Show 
'32; Campanile Sporls EdiLor '31. 



Strong, II indoi ph 

I! S. in /'./'.'. 
Football '30-33; "IV Association. 



Iloiislon 



S i i \ni , MARGUERITE B. I louslon 

/; I Degree 
French Club; Cranmer Club, Vice President '32-'33. 

Si iu mii n. \\ 1 1 1 i \ \i \ Houston 

It S. in ME. 
Engineering Society; \.S\I E„ Secretary-Treasurer ':!2. 

Si mm. Betty Lloyd Corsicana 

/; I Degree 
E.B.L.S. 



T\l Ml Ml \l S, |,1. ON .1 \| |l 
/.' I Degree 

Pre-Med '30-'33; Band '30- '33. 



College Station 



i !io\ clon 



Tiiacabd, Warren Thomas III 

U.S. in Ch.E. 
Secretary-Treasurer. Sophomore Class: Sludenl Council 
'30-'31; Chairman Music Committee Junior Prom; Rally 
(lull ':: I -':'.:'. : Executive Committee ':i2-'.'!:i: Treasurer 
'32-"33; Dance Committee ':!2-':i:i; Cup and Gown Com- 
mittee. 



Ranger 



Thompson, .1 I. 

/; S in i :h E. 

Il.rllv Club. 

TlNNERl II o. .lollN I.I w Is 

U.S. i„ C.E, 
l:ngincermg S I \ : \ s C I 



l'i n\i n. Mi i i % l.i i/ no i ii Vnglelon 

/; \ Degree 
Y.W.C.A.; Wiling i lul,. I . 1 1 1 1 , |{i|,lc> scholar "::u- ':;_': 
Dickson Scholar '32- '33. 



Ti inn n 1 1 n i , Robi in E., .1 n 

/>• s. in Ch /■: 



\ \ i on \ \. Hersciiei McCarver 

B.S. iii ch /■:. 

Ralh ('lull '31 '33 



UoUSl. 



U.ileue 



\ inson. Virginia Houston 

/.' I llr,,nr 

E B L.S., President; Pi Delia Phi; Ma> Fete '30-'32. 



\\ M Kl II, I.Ol is 

/>' I Degree 



Houslo 



Wacr 



\\ M.I Ml. I'll \Nls. .1 II 

/; 1 Degree 
Manager of Co-op; Chairman Ring Committee; Rally 
Club; Mall i ..nun ■ 



Waring, Orviixe Taylor II 

B.A. Degree 
Track; "R" Association. 



San Vngelo 




■B 



Watson, Howell H. 

B.A. Degree 
Football. 



I). til, i 




Wiess, Edwina Houston 

B.A. Degree 
E.B.L.S.; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Dance Com- 
mittee; Pi Delta Phi. 



Williams, Annie Houston 

B. 1. Degree 
Spanish Club '30- '32; Tennis Club *30-'31; Glee Club 
'30-'32. 



X - 



Wilson, Letha Marion 

B.A. Degree 
Scholarship *29-*30; Gradersbip 31. 



Houston 



ZlRBEL, * )ONST \M I 

B.A. Degree 



Houston 



ZlRBEL, LURA NaDVNE 

B.A. Degree 



Houston 



SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR 



\[)\m>. Lot i~ Carroll Longview 

Alexander. Joseph C. Jr. Houston 

\llen, John Young Houston 

Baird. John Barnett, Jr. Dallas 

Bloom. Harry Alfred Houston 

Bollfrass, Charles. Jr. Houston 

Bond. Clifton Lenoir Houston 

Bridger. Grover Leon Dallas 

C.APLAN, Rei BEN Soil EL Houston 

Crofford, Carl Frederick Dallas 

Delambre. Blanche Major Houston 

Drake, Kathleen M\rg\ret Houston 

Driscoll. Thomas Cuneo Houston 

Driscoll. Victor Amadale Houston 

Durham. Lenore M \v San Antonio 

Di'tson. Keith John F. Jr. League City 

Fallis, Ethel Lois Houston 

Foster. Frances Belle Houston 

Griffin. Sufarah Augusta Houston 

<;»i\. (in. more Twlor. Jr. San Antonio 

Hale, Weldon Raymond Smithville 

Hamilton. Eugenia Houston 

Harbour. Ray Goose Creek 

Hess. Jacob Henry. Jr. Ft. Worth 

Hicks, Newton Alonzo Fellett 

Hrivnvtz. II \rry Gus Houston 

[sbell, Frances LaNelle Houston 

JvMES. WlLLIAM BETIS Houston 

Kaufman. David Samuel Houston 

Kehl. Christian Horace. Jr. Waco 

Krafcheck, Moses Nathan Houston 

Lastrapes. Richard Leon Washington, La. 
Lomanitz. Benjamin Feld Okla. City, Okla. 

Long, William Retzer Houston 



McCvrty. George Madison Houston 

McDonald, Weldon Chester Houston 

McLain. Cecil Howard Houston 

Miller. Gerald Kenneth Houston 

Miller, Samuel Irving. Jr. Houston 

Mille. Kenneth Neiswonger Ft. Worth 

Monroe. Dan Barler Houston 

Morris. CamillE GlRARDEY Houston 

IVvsche. Herbert \lden Houston 

Peeler. Winston Snyder Dallas 

Reed. Clarence Hand Houston 
Richard, Wilfred Theodore. Jr. Houston 

Roos. Rutherford. B. Jr. Victoria 

Russell, Thomas Nelson Temple 

Schwartz. William Henry. Jr. Houston 

Scott. Walter Tandy San Antonio 

Shannon. Richard Maxfield Houston 

Shpack, Cornelius Karl F't. Worth 

Stout. Richard Elwood Houston 

Sullivan, M vi rice Joseph. Jr. Houston 

Taylor. Frederick Wichita Falls 

Taylor. Lewis Ridgw \y Houston 

Theis, Ralph Harold Houston 

Thrasher, John Delia Houston 

Turner. Benjamin Bynum Angleton 

Turner. Willie Claire Gainesville 

Vinock, Harry Beaumont 

Wall. Comer Alexander, Jr. Houston 

Wannall. Emma Lois Houston 

Warren, John Burroughs. Jr. Houston 

Watson, Earl William Houston 

Weichert, Minnie Adella Houston 

Whitt, Ivan San Vntonio 

WlESENTHAL, ALBERT Houston 

Wigren. Harold Ellsworth Houston 

Willi \ms. Roger James Houston 



:3K3BESS 







JUNIORS 




Talley, Hallie Beth, Vice Pres. 
Websti r, Dan, Pres. 



Houston 
Dallas 



\ I I \AM>I H. Si -I I RoSi 

A. leo, Joseph P. 
Ai/i i r, Fred 

\miui \\ s, Robert H. 



Houston 
Houston 
San \nlonio 

Houston 



\siim hn, M \\\\ l.i i 


( Ireenville 




A.ult, ("hart is Ai ron 


Hous 


on 


Barden, Elizabeth 


ll< 


mslon 


It \rr<i\, Nell 




Houston 



Bai i b, Jewel Antoinette 
Booke, J. P. 

BOWEN, l-l NOIR 

Boi d, \t ice Lynn 



Houston 
New Orleans 

Houston 
Houston 



Rl 


GOON, lh Bl m 


Houston 






Srookshibe, Hazel Minn 


1 [ouston 






Chamberlin, J. Allen 


Housl 


on 




( ! W 111, M IRY 


H< 


USlOIl 



Christian, Frances 


II oms Ion 


Collier, Fran< es \i.im 


Houston 


Connell, M 1 III 


Gilmer 


Davis. M. Elizabeth 


Houstoi 



DlONNE, K \TIIIHIM 

Dork, John I.imi 

I)i ckett, Elizabeth 
Ehlert, Lai. i. a Lee 



Houston 
I [ouston 
Houston 

Hous 



Ekholm, Wesley 


Ft. 


Worth 


Falk, Bessie 




Houston 


Flowers, Elliot G. 




Houston 



Freeman, Madeline 



Geiselman, Grover 
Graf, Hazel May 
Hall, Peggy 

Hallman, Ralph J. 



Houston 



Houston 
Arlington 

Houston 
Midland 



Hammill, Raymond Arvada, Col. 

Hedrick, Mary Houston 

Hoag, Herbert Howard Jennings, Lo. 

HOEFLICK, WjHM R HOUS 



kocvREK, Joe Arthur 

Lederer, Alois Charles 
Long, Doris 

McC vms, Dun \i.d 



Houston 

Houston 

| I O US I O u 

I [ouston 



McNeir, Stella Houston 

M inisc vlco, Peter 1 1 oust oh 

Massey, Marian Lucille Houston 

Oliphint, M\m Jacqi eline Housti 



Osterman, Hugo Gomez Palacio, Dgo., Mex. 
R \<; vx, Louise Houston 

Patrick, Lois Itasca 

Richardson, Gerald Forrest Beauraonl 



iesen, Alberta Jean 








H 


jus ton 


Robinson, Tryo.n 










1 IoiinIoii 


Rymvn, Eldridge 










Houston 


SHULT, ( "l. \ REN 


1 


1 


R\\ IN 




El Canapo 




-* tz* 1 



Simpson, Hoi i n 

Si iMi'i n. M ELD \ 



Hous 



* *;~ 



\ 






Si m.n \m it. Emily 



Sl \NI I ELD, V.\.Y. \Nolt 



Hous Ion 

Houston 



Stephenson, \1 ildri i> 



Stillman, Si BILLA 



Houston 

Houston 



Swift, Leroy E. 
T \iuu;it, Emily 



Palestine 

Houston 



Taylor, Blanche 

Taylor, Virginia 



Houston 
Groesbeck 



Tittle, Evelyn Grimes 
\\ atkins, Thomas 



Houston 

Houston 



$ t: 



\\ ii. kins, lucian m. 
Wilson, Talbott 
Zenoh, M \rgaret 



* ..tl\ cslon 

Houston 
II oust on 



JUNIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR 



Adams, Clarence Wesley Houston 

A, lams. Joe Murry Dallas 

Mien. Robert Frederick Houston 

Andrus. William Darwin Houston 

Arnold. Lida Lacy Houstoti 

Arthur, Percy Houston 

Aucoin, Anthony Vndrew Houston 

Azzarello, Frank, Jr. Houston 

Barry. Ruth Elizabeth Hous 

Bartlett, Herman Mian Houston 

Bentz, Isadore Clarence Francitas 
Black. Clarence H. Shreveport, La. 
Boone. William Jefferson Ft. Worth 
Borgstrom, Floreine Anthen Houston 
Bowling, Leslie Raymond Ilouslon 
Brandes, William Edward 

Coral Gables, Fla. 
Breeding, ('lark Walker. Jr. Houston 
Briggs, Cornelia Peyton Houston 

Briseno, Benjamin C Jr. Houston 
Brown. Charles Thomas 

Corpus Christi 
Brugger, Wilfred Bellville 

Brummett, Thomas Lawrence 

Pine Bluff, \rk 
Bruner, (den Wood Houston 

Burk, Percy P.eal Ilouslon 

Butcher, Ernest Dell Houston 

Calvin, Howard Roach Houston 

Camp, Perry Bryan Houston 

Campbell. The... Clinton. .1, ybilene 

Carroll, Robroy (diaries 11. nisi. .11 

Cecalek, Milton Houston 

Clarke, William Stephens Houston 

Claj I. Mai Ilia .lane Houston 

Clemens. I10l.nl Wei.lini.r Iluiiston 

Clore, Henry Andrew^ Beaumonl 

Coffee, John Byrd Ver 

Conklin, Thomas Herman Vmariilo 

Connelley, James Quinn Ft. Worth 

Cook. John Edward Houston 

(look. William Oscar Beaumont 
Cowley, Stanislaus Peter 

New Orleans, La. 

Cutaia, Samuel Joseph Ilouslon 

Dal.y. Dorothy Moulton Ilouslon 

Daniel, Charles Henry, Jr. Ilouslon 
Dickensheets, Lavone L. Ilouslon 
Dickey, Albert Thompson Houslon 
Dixon, Virgil Vnthony Streator, 111 
Donald, Thomas Burdine Houslon 
Donoghue, Vincent Stafford Ilouslon 
Douglas, Earle Cousarl, Jr. Houston 
Drenkle, Louise Ad.de Houston 

Dunlap, Albert Daniel Breckenridge 
Dunlap, Ormond Earl Houslon 

Dvorak, John Jerry Houston 

Eckman, Walter Ilouslon 

Eddy, LeRoy Benton Fiedonia. A *t 
Edwards, Henry Coley 

Pensacola, Fla. 
Everts, Jane Marian Houston 

Farnsworth, Warriner Mills 

Fairbanks 
Feder, Leon Houston 

Ford. John Jay. Jr. Sweetwater 

Friedberg, Bert Whiz Houslon 

Gillett, Donald Bockoven Welsh, La. 
Gleaves, Leonard Lee Dallas 

Gonzalez. Alvaro Gustavo 

Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mex. 
Graeler, Arthur Herman Houston 

Green. Sydney Herbert Houston 

Gribble, Risdon Oliver Nacogdoches 



Hall, Corinne Elizabeth 



Houston 



Hall. Martha Louise Houston 

Halluin. John Stewart Brady 

Haniinelt. Lee Horlon Ranger 

Han.hr. Edwin John Waco 

Hannon, Robert James Houston 

Harris. Jack W inlield Houslon 

Harris. Mary George Ilouslon 

Harris. Odis Franklin Marshall 

Hartwell, John Haskins Houston 
Heinrich, Raymond Lawrence 

I lollslon 

Heinze, Marguerite Theresa Houston 
Ilenson. Mary Beatrice Trinity 

Henson, Robert Lee San vnlnnio 

Herndon, Thomas Busey Houston 
Heyek, Leonora Thomas Houston 

Higginbotham, Sanford Wilson 

Fordyce, Ark. 

[igh, < ts.al kinsw.n I by 

Texarkana, Ark. 
I011101, Elizabeth Katherine 

Ardmore. ( )kla. 
luddleslon. Mary Beth Houston 

I u i.liesiiii. Mien Carrington, Jr. 

II. .11-1. .11 

a.-kson. Roy Graham Houston 

acobs, Henry Marcus Dallas 

auekens. Julius. Jr. Monl.i r,\ . Mey 
essup. William Jennings Houston 
nliusion. Dean Houston 

Seating, Gladys Mary Houslon 

yellersberger, Lawrence K. Houston 

Xerbow. Elizabeth Barrell Houslon 

.del. Miriam Elizabeth Houston 
istman. Jack Wellington 

Davenport, Iowa 

xranl/.. \be David lb .us 

.aey. Ida Dell Ilouslon 

■agow, Fa} Donald Dallas 

.aneaslri. Mdeu I. ill'.. id Ilouslon 

.ancaster. Edgar Henry Houslon 

Land. 111. Mila Houslon 

.an. Ian. Tola Houslon 

.iiii.T. Edith Mm.' Ilouslon 

Laulerbach, Fred Vugust. Jr 

San ynlnnin 

Laiileibaeli. Richard Forman 

San Antonio 
Lawson, Maif-'aiel Rose Ilouslon 

LeGrand, Leslie Paris Palestine 

Leigh, Roberl Sidney Houslon 

Lenoir, Waller Frank, Jr. Ilouslon 

Lewis, Mil. hell Me\er I Illusion 

Lilly, Jessica Izeline Ilouslon 

Lindsay. Maleohne Storey Houslon 

Loggins, Mary Elizabeth Humble 

Lollar. Tl as Howard 

Pauls Valley, Okla. 

Low. John Burford Dallas 

McCarble, George Marshall Ilouslon 
McCoy, Roberl Marshall Tyler 

McCullough, James Lawien.e Dallas 
McNutt, Floyd Lee Little Rock.Ark. 
Mansfield, Tommie Grace Bandera 
Mason. Monroe James Houston 

Malliza. Charles August, Jr. Ilouslon 
Alattox. William Morrison 

Texarkana, Vrk. 
Meadows, Henry Edward San \ngelo 
Mehr, Charlie Deyter Houston 

Meyer. Pauline Julienne Housl.ui 

Miller. Ray Goodwin Cisco 

Millington, John William Dallas 

Minlz, Joseph Harry I loiislon 

Mueller. W in. Lewis Rich. Houston 
Moiiieilh. Arthur Morey Houston 
Moore, Charles Hurtle Houston 

Morrison, James Ronald Houslon 



Morrison. Will Earl T. Ilouslon 

Mosk. Milton Stanford Ilouslon 

Mueller. Bert V Houslon 

Musgrove, Thomas Jones Houston 

Myers. Harry. Jr. Palestine 

Nabers, Robert Lee Vernon 

Nachlas, Otto Melvin Ilouslon 

Nagai. Mary \ik.. Mine. la 

Nagel, Henry (diaries, Jr. Houslon 

Nealy, Vincent Lee Houston 
Neilan. Berneee Imogene San Antonio 

Neinir. Ralph Navasola 

Newberry. Claude Stanley Childress 



O'Fiel, Janus C. D . Jr 
O'Neill. Haylett, Jr. 



Houston 

Ilouslon 



Pace. Hazel Del Houslon 

Parker. Roberl Franklin Anderson 

Parsons. Ethel Evelyn Welsh, La. 

Payne, John Howard. Jr. Dallas 

Perlilz. Annie Louise Houston 

Peters, Isadore Donald Houston 

Petillils, Ellen Elizabeth Ilouslon 

Phillips. Kenneth Clay Ilouslon 

Pitner, Roy Mil. hell, Jr. Ft. Worth 

I'm. ha. Margarel Belle Houston 

Powell, (diaries Fred Tyler 

Power. Jack Bennetl Childress 

Prewett, Frances Hell Houslon 



Ouieksall. Eppi 



Beam 



B. in. Hell. Edward \lkiiison Lancaster 
R.i.l, Hugo kiilr.ll Texarkana, Ark. 
Reingold, Leroy Matthews Houston 

Hi. III. I. Dorothy Dean llollsloa 

Robinson. Roberl G ge Ilouslon 

Robinson, Thomas \ubr.y Houston 

Rons. Sigrid Ilouslon 
Itonillree. Emmell G . Jr. Hous 

l;..IC. David Miller Ilouslon 

San. Lis. Kenneth Noelin Houston 

Schliesser. Raymond Sam Winters 
s, hull/., Charles Leesemann 

Columbus 

Schulze, Roberl Temple 

Scott, Hugh L.nox II Houston 

Scott, Eugene Kcllx Ilouslon 

Scott, Roj H.veily Dallas 

Shol'stall. John William Ilouslon 

sl k. Roberl Leroy Ilouslon 

Showers. George W illiam, Jr. Houslon 

Shlirtleff, John Ralph Colorado 

Smith, Edgar Quincx Houslon 

Smith, Thomas Wesley Houslon 

Smith, W illiam Dorsetl Ilouslon 

Stallworth.Thomas William Ilouslon 
Steves, \wil.la Eileen Houslon 

Tallichet, Emilie Houston 

Thompson. Howard Martin Ilouslon 
Tuttle, Viae Margarel Houston 

Verlander, Genevieve Houslon 

Vinson, Julia Elizabeth Houslon 

Wall. Mice Jane Ibuislon 

Wallace, John Beavers Gilmer 

W arfield, John Francis Houston 

Wathen, John Love Dallas 

W.i.li, ri. John Phillips Houston 

W iess. I.,- y erl Houston 
Williams, Jack Clarke Beaumonl 

Williams. Mill.,,, Dallas 

Williamson, W illiam Joseph Houston 

Winkler, Theodore Herman Houslon 

Worden, Sam Paul Palacios 

Wright, Charles Wentworth Houslon 
Wynne, Harrison Kelly Ft. Worth 

Younid.lood. Frank Powell, J 1 

Pi. Arthur 




SOPHOMORES 




w 


oods, Robi in \. Class Pus. 


HousLon 




\m i v George 11. 


Eagle Lake 




Armstrong, Mattie 


Houston 




Aronson, \iiMn.n B. 


* >rangc 


B 


M 1 VNI \M. It E. 


Mercedes 




Bank er, Sami el Knox 


Fl Worth 




It \ n\ is, Earl Bow in 


HousLon 




Barnett, Virginia 


Houston 


B 


MM H, M \RG Mil 1 


Houston 




Bl \KE, < rEORGE M ILTON 


Hearne 




Brandes, r. <;. 


Beaumonl 




Buchanan, \i n i: 


1 h'ckinson 


i: 


i FORD, Si si i; 
Canada, Jane Verona 


Houston 
La Porlc 




Cantreli , Ernestine 


Houston 




Cargill, Henriett \ 


Houston 


( 


IOKE, ('ollli it 


Houston 




1 >issen, Shirley 


HousLon 




DlXON, Thelma 


Houston 




Eberspacher, < <nt an 


HousLon 


E 


,kl\s, < rEORGE DlJEY 


Ft. WorLh 




Elkins, Margaret 


Houston 




Eve rett, Elizabei h Loi 


1 louston 




V VIRBROTHER, 1 loll VCE 


\\ Housldii 


1 


iu.i son, William M. 


Dallas 




Fr \/.i;n, Si sii. 


Uief 




' iibson, Sam II. 


1 .ui kin 




( Iibson, William 


Monahans 



Giraud, Mary Louise 


Houston 




Graves, Fred H., Jr. 


Rockdale 




Green, John Willie 


Houston 




Greer, June 


Ho us( 


ui 



Greer, Walton Jeffries 


Houston 


Grove, 1 h on L., Jr. 


Brownwood 


Haas, Henry, Jr. 


Monroe, La. 


Harris, Alberta 


Houston 



Harris, Axyda 


H 


HIS 


on 




Hatfield, Merle D. 




H« 


Hislon 




Hewitt, Bowe Davis 






Houst 


HI 


Homer, Chas. 11. 






Mi 


IIS 



Hutcheson, Mary Pie 

Johnson, Leonard Benson 

Jones, Erma Helen 

King, Helen 



Houston 

Houston 
< riddings 

Houston 



Kreamer, George M. Lake- Charles, La. 
Kropf, Louise League City 

Ladner. Andrew Walter Houston 

Landsberg, Henry Dallas 



Lawson, William Glenn 
Lewis, Kemp 

MaNDELL, I'll UN'CES 

McCarthy, Charles E. 



Houston 

Dallas 
Houston 



I Eouston 



IcClanaiian, Edwin 


Hoi 


si on 


\1i Don \I.Ii, \\ \\.\ ;Ih.\ 




Tyler 


McElrath, Eby Nell 




Gainesville 


McMurrey, Ella Fb 


\mes 


Houston 





\1 u niBWS, Jois 

Meek, Waltkii H. 
Mihui i ion, R. I, 

\ i. \i 



\l B|.|IY, ElJOAll J. 

\l V IV, El l/u.l III 

\..l LKY, RoBKIVI II V 

I li'i'i mii nil n. Kn 



Muni Belnii 



Dallus 
( lorsicanu 
Housti 



Dallas 
Houston 
Rabs Ridge 

M ission 



Pa i i>>\. Kati Houston 

Pea rson, K \ i nni % I [ouston 

Pennington, Mari k i n i Houston 

Til i its, Lois 1 [ousli 



Ql in. Ilnninin 

Hit i II, SllIHLEY 

R us. Betty 

Sims. Elizabeth 



Houston 
Houston 
Houston 
Housti 



i i i . I'i ..i.i Houston 

Si i in it. Kim \ mi I (ouston 

Si i i ii \\. Elizabeth \n\ Houston 

Si ms. Li in: Gem I [ouston 



I Mi .M is. .1 1111 s 11 . .lit. 
TllHOGMOR KIN. ExN 1 

Tumi insc.n. Mil i i \ 



II Worlli 
Houston 
Houslo 



\\ isllltl ll\. 1.11 in l.ii. Houston 

\\ i hm n. \l i ii.iuiti i ( 'i i nti Houston 

West, Sallii Jo Beaumonl 

\\ n i n t.itn. Nuiti I. hi isi Houston 

\\ ii i ii .mi.. St SIE I I. his 

Pennington, Musi Li i \\ . Baj town 

\\ 1. 1. .in. Mi mm i. C. Houston 



SOPHOMORES WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR 



Aderman, Curie Beverly 

Allen, Elmer Glenn 

Allen. William Philip. Jr. 

Altaian, William Alfred 

Anderson. Lochati ice S 

Anclrus. Bailey Crawford 

Appleby, Walter Goocte 

Baldwin, John Robert 

Bale. Melbert 

Ballard, Mary Louise 

Barrick. Nolan Ellmore 

Barton. William Andi ew 

Battesl in, Wilson I ran hoe 

Bay. Ernest Hulon 

Heavens. Helen 

Cell, Helen 

Bellec gie Philip Aiun-i ns 

Benin n, Esther Irene 

Bingham. Betty Joe 

Bland, Wilna May 

Bock, Isabelle 

Roume. Harold Charles 

B) .aibam. Unbei 1 Bi '•" nm: 

Bresky, Katy 

Briggs, Prank Ford 

Brooke, Chase Jackson. Tr. Rosil 

Brooks, Philli-is Dargntl 

Biwn, George Washington, Jr 

Hum ii. Nyna Dot 

Browne. Marguei ite Annie 

Bryan. Ralph Dewilton 

Bordeaux. Charles Maurice 

Burke, William Francis 

Bui ' - Bennett Winfield 

Caldv ell. Louise Ardrej 

Caldwell, Pearson Cash 

Carpenter, Evan 

Cash. Benjamin Dandridge 

Ca-lnnan. John Edgar 

Castle. Margarel Florence 

Clark. Andrew Jackson, Jr. 

Cleaver, Harry McBeath 

Coblci . Charles Homer 

Cole, tiniest Allen, ji. 

Collins, Theron Tjlford, Jr. 

Comhaire, Mnrgue M 

Compton, John Ueid, Jr. 
Conner, Ralph Melvin 
punk. Raymond Augustus 
Correll. Bill George 
Cox, Agnes 

Crawford Waller Joshua 
Crockett, A Gordon 
Crooker, John Henry, Jr. 
Cutlei . Kenneth Marks 
Daunoy, Elden Leo 
Dawson, Robert John 

]>.- V g. Rii hard, Ji 

Dodd, La von Couch 

i i . .. gwei ney Ja mison 

Doolej . Ai thur Rhev. 

Dm ketl Ida L se 

Dunbar. Thomas Arthur 
Pnni.m. Marian Margaret 
Eberhard. Elizabeth Alma 
Eckel, Dorothy Louise 
Eisei . Itichai d Eugene 
Elder. Hartwell Ernesl 
Elliott, < aril Ganictt. Jr 
Ellis, Mildred Lynn 
Ellis, T B 

Einei son. Helen Fayc 
Farquhar, Sam, Jr 
Easulln. George Pete 
Fleming, John Barton 
Forbes. Edward King 
P. ii.l, Robert William 
Fouke. Harry Haydoll 
Foulks i n i oline Speneei 
Francis, William Howard 
Freedlinid. Joseph Daniel 
Freeman, i eli;i 
Five, .lack Melvin 
Furman, David Charles 
Garfield. Mary Agnes 
Garner. J P 
Geliring, Ella Mae 
i rilpin, I >orothj < Uyn 
Glover, Frank Scott III 
Goldofsky, Deborali Gertrude 

G i Samuel Floyd 

Gould, Martin James 
Greatly. Donald Millei 
i Jreen, Julia 
Greenberg, Claryce 
Green Lvood, Pen iainin ]■'. , Jr 
Greer, John Bob 
Greuader. Meyer 
Hancock, Joseph In tlce 
Hai'er. Tbomas EdWnid 



Houston 
Frost 
Houston 
Sherman 
Houston 

IStOtl 

Houston 
Houston 
Dallas 
Houston 
Houston 

Mercedes 
Houston 

Anderson 
Houston 
Houston 
Houston 
Houston 

Chenango 
Houston 
Houston 
Houston 
Housl "ii 
Houston 

Galveston 
.'oahuila. Hex. 

Houston 

Beaumont 

Houston 

Houston 

Houston 

Galena Park 

Dallas 

Houston 

Houston 

Mi. Pleasant 

Dallas 

Houston 

Houston 



II 



i>i. 



Temple 
Greenville 

Houston 



lln,l- 

elphia. .1 



Houston 

lions 

Houston 
I [ouston 
Webstei 
Houston 
Houston 
Mile. Mo. 



Memphis, 
Ti xarkatii 



11, 


uiston 


II. 


lUSlOll 


H. 


uiston 


Pas 


idena 


lb 


uiston 


H. 


uston 


Groi 


■sbrrl; 


ii 


mslon 


Hi 


uiston 


Houston 


He 


uiston 


H 


uiston 


Hi 


uiston 


II, 


Uiston 


Houston 


11, 


uiston 


Houston 


El t 


'ampn 


H< 


Uiston 



Dans. Edward Walter 
Harp. Bill Myers 
Harris. Hum, i P.. 1 1 
II ai rison, Henry Kirk 
Henderson, Frances Nell 
Henderson, Ruth Elverta 

llenschen, Gustave E 

Hensley, Mary Bodiue 
Herbst. Mildred Yvonne 
Hess. Wilbur Eugene 
Hickev. Mary Elizabeth 
Hill, Robert Moore 
Ilium, in. Garland 
lint. Orin Broughton 
Hodges, SSelln Kntherine 
Holcomb. Norman Franklin 
Holzinger. Han-Id Theodore 

Horion il le Wendell 

Howard, Alfred Ryland 
Huggins. Wm. Ogbrrn. Jr 
Hnl/ler, Elmo Joseph 
Ryland, Margaret Jean 
Ingram. Baker Bunyaii 
Jackson. Ewell Homer 
Jacobs, Edna Leah 
.Tared. John Ballard 
Johnson, Herbert Howard 
Johnson, Lawrence Thomi'S 
Johnson, Pauline Fayc 
Johnston Helen Elizabeth 
Jones, Luther Edward, Ji 
Tones, Roy \ ictoi 
Jones, Tom Reid 
Jordan, Roland Webster 
Journeai , William Henrj 
Kahle. Louis Gi urge 
Kellogg. Eliza bet li 
Kellogg, Henry Maris 
King. Clyde Chisholm 
King. Glenn Wells 
Kivell. Berl Ha worth 
Kivoll, Charles N mil I 
Knight. DeWilt John 
Knight. Wallace Joseph 
Lnf.ow Toe Lnnglj 
Lamb, it. K II.. Jr. 
Lancastci . Elifahe'h Ross 
Landers. Robert \\ llsoii 
Langduu. Barstov, Ellinl 
Langley, Man Beth 



u 



. B 



id (Is. 



LeFcvei . George Ada ms, li 
Lcnnie. John MeArlhur 

Lew i - s.liu.i Autrey 
Lewis. William \ nn 
Lilliod, Richard W . Jr. 

Little, Robert N'arrae/ 



l.n 



. li, 



c Mmgarel Rose 
Luck Juanitii Markll 
Li ckel. Charles Coma 



lu 



. Lei 



.li 



McPaulej To 
MeComb, David 
McPavid. Mildred Ruteita 
McGill Doris Vline 
McGill, Dosca Mildred 
McKean, Charles Vincent 
McLaughlin, James Louis 
Mi 1. ire, Jaj Itichard, Jr. 
McReynolds John Olivei 
McWIiiner, John Charles 
Maes, itoberl [lull 
Magee Willie Eunice 
Majewslu. Wai nei tolm 
Marsliall, Roben William 
Masterful, Harris 111 
Masterson. William Henry 

m.hi. \\ illiam I: ■ Helmut h 

m.i-i.- rr> Lincoln 

Meeker, KiclufTd Henry 
Mendel, Evri Bear 
Meredith. Wilniei Thomas 
Met calf. Riclnrd Jackson 
Meuler. Albert Frederick. Jr, 
Meyer. Regina Esther 
Mickelson, Harold Emanuel 
Mill. Frank Leslie 
Miller, George John 
Miller, Lamar 

Mil in, Thelma , 

Mixson, William I irles 
Morris, Selh Irwin 
Moss, Margaret Eugenia 
MoiirsiUul, Anna 1Mb: 
Moyer, BoUo Nt-llis 
Much. Charles Fredei icl; 
Nelkin. Madeline Sona 
Nicholson, \\ illiam Frederick 
Noble, Wiley P.n/ainnn 



llm-ston 


Norman, Tames Lee, Jr. 


Houston 


tin Sinn 


Xoit1b. Mary Eleanor 


Houston 


Fnlsliear 


Noiswortli.v. Sylvia Orline 


Houston 


lllHlStOll 


Olivei . Eugene, li 


Houston 


Hobby 


Onh Steffi Christ 


K nsas Pity, Mo 


linn, mn 


Pauiv, Walter William 


B Kiwi. \ V 


Shei man 


Perkins, Jack Purm; Ir. 


Dallas 


II, HIS 


Perkins, Roderic Belli, n 


Houston 


llm sinn 


Pcstell. Walter Peyton 


Houston 


Pi Worth 


Peterson. Mill on Virgil 


Itose 'i'g 


Hous 


Peterson, Russell Ater 


Houston 


Houston 


Pike George Edgar 


llnustiui 


Ranger 


Pitner, Craton (Jul hrie 


El Wo i 


Houston 


Pogue, Tom Moi ugei 


SniUhi die 


Houston 
Houston 


Ponder, Eleanoi Lydia 
Powell, Clifford Patrick 


Houston 
Tv lei 


Houston 


Powell, Itichard lk".worth 


Houston 


Houston 


Powell. William Meaehum 


Houston 


Houston 


Piaii. Edna trene 


Houston 


Houston 


l'i Ice, Edgar Laytnn 


Houston 


ii Ann, nb. 


Quelle. Frederick Heniy 


Warn 


Houston 


It.nney. Benjamin I;, bum 


S: Iplmr Spi ings 


Houston 


Itasbeny. John Sliepaid 


Houston 


Houston 


1U iii.ll. Edwaid Ant > 


Hoi -mn 


Houston 


Reynolds Vinlng Towner 


Houston 


Pnltsboro 


Rice. Mary Cnltlei 


Houston 


El i 'ampo 

tana, Ark 

Palestine 


Richardson, Dan 
Rick, Roberi Gordon 
Roberts Frank She 'id. .Ii 




Houston 


Rob. rts Ja. K 


ILiiiStnii 


Houston 


Roberts, reff Hnvi> Jr 


Houston 


Weiuerl 


Roemei David Os< ar 


Houston 


Helton 


Rogers, Pre,! Tei n li 


Dallas 


Ft. Worth 


Rose, Joseph William 


l|n||S 


Houston 


Ross. Anne Evelyn 


Houston 


m Vutonio 


Km 1,1 Beverly 


Houston 


Houston 


Sacks M niriee 


Houston 


Houston 


Sadler. William HeWitl 


Man 


Waco 


s.nuu^. (idol! Kenton 


McDiide 


Addleks 


St-heps Clarence 


Houslnn 


Houston 


SchwartK, Lois Bendei 


lluuslon 


Houston 


Si Iim u i :. Samuel K. id 


Houston 


Pi Arthui 


Sciihee, Richard Gordon 


Hoi -inn 


Houston 


St-ult, .bi - II r 


lb, -■,,, 


Dallas 

Houston 


Selander Oscar Albin 
Selkirk, Mildred Lm ise 


GnolcP-S! 


Houston 


Shaw, John Bi hi n 


Housb n 


Houston 


Sb.ru 1. Byrne \orinan 


Hoi -i. u 


Houston 


Shiplev. George II, dr. Jr. 


Mm stmt 


Humble 

Houston 


Situs. Mai]. Mir 

Smith, Aubrey * !eoi ge 


Houston 

Houston 


Houston 


Smith, H inner Arlliui 


linn- 


Houston 


Smith, M.iig.n, i in ihetli 


Houston 


Houston 


Smith. Virginia Kaiheriiu- 


Houston 



Houston 


U Hey Hall 


[Illusion 


Stell, Malison Ji 


Hubbard 


Stephenson, Kal lileen Anil 


l.n nmna 


sirrliMg. G'wendolyiie Viai 


Sl\\ Ml 


Stern, Ruih Miriam 


Killeen 


Stiglidi, .lulius li - 


Killcen 


Stockton, Frank 


Houston 


si,tin , inli. i , ( I, m, Binokei 


• inn Pen ii 


Storey, Boudc ICnvin. Jr 


Dallas 


s .j Luollii Elizabeth 


Sherman 


Storey, Willi, no Lyndon 


Houston 


Street, l'.l !.-■.. ib, ih speed 


Houslnn 


Thacker, Leslie Hazlcil 


Humble 


Thonisen. Thomas Emil 


m Houston 


Tracy, Allien Ray 


Houston 


Treschwig, Ka.l 


Houston 


Triplclt, George Holmaii, 


Houston 


Vlcfcrey, EranU Norris 


Houston 


S ich-ine. Lawn nee 


Houston 


W ailace, W illhnu Brooks 


IbiO, lull 


Wallace w illi.un Weslwm 


Gaheston 


Walter, Tomniic Watson 


Lougview 


Way, William Jackson 


nville. Ark. 


Wcbei Cliestei Herman 


Houston 


w ebster, Jame- Franklin 


Houston 


\\, riin, Samuel Garron 


El Camp" 


W bur. Doris Elaine 


Houston 


White, Raleigh liny III 


Houston 


Wilson, Charles Henry. Jr 


Houston 


Wilson, Glenn William, ,li 


Houslnn 


Wilson, Kathle. n Marjoih 


Kirbyville 


Wilstin, Robei 1 Howard l 


Houston 


\\ Inkelnian, Samuel u.gu 


Houston 


Wolfe, Alfred S. 


iston 


Wolfram, Lionel Foster 


uneiy. Ala 




Ah in 


\. ood, Ai tliul" [■aebinaii 


Houston 


w I. [rmn Owvn 


Houston 


Worshain. Welton 


Houston 


Worsley, Constance Ruth 



I't Arthui 
KiUli Lalii 




FRESHMEN 




\nsiiil n. Kl.oisi; 
\ m>iu:\\ s, John 
\h\im. Ben I*". 

Baggett, Kyii ■. n 



i KB, Pat i. Loi is 

1 1 I N M l I . 1 ) i ■ \ is \ . 

Bentley, M \iu Eli in 



Li her l y 
Houston 
1 [cms ton 
Houston 



Houston 
Houston 

Dallas 



BeRLING, M AI1V I'll N.NCES 



Hi. mil I'm i. 

I >omi wi. Leslie 

Bo"i D, \1 VRJORIE 

I >> H( ISII'S, M A RG ARET 



I'.miw \. Frances 

lit \ ens, Tiieo Dora 
Bi \ ens, Zella Bird 
Byrnes, Margaret 



\ mi 

Rocky, Okla. 

Houston 
Houston 



Houston 
Houston 
Houston 
I louslon 



Calhoi n - . Grafton 


II. HIS 


on 




Cai nun, P. H. 




'rhi 


lj' 


Cm \f'm an, James \V. 




II( 


mston 


Clemons, Ora 






Houston 



Cook, John R. 

Cr vddock, Emmie 
Crain, \Imh 

Crawford, Frazier 



t 'it \\\ FORD, Fh VNCIS 
I > wux, II \1 DEN 

I >w [dson, Elizabeth 
I >w is, Johnnie 



Mexia 

Houston 
Houston 
PL \rlliur 



I'l. Vrtkur 
< ireenville 

Houston 
Houston 



Dean, Dorothy 


Housl 


on 






Deering, Gladys Marie 


H< 


►us ton 






1 >u:KSi >\, M \\1 1 i. 




Housl 


on 




Donlen, Geiuidim; 




H( 


»us|. 


>u 


Eliassof, Wiiii wi 


Ty 


ler 






Elliott, S. D. 


II. 


mslon 






Elrod. Hi hi Alma 




Housl 


on 




Estill, Nancy 




II. 


>ust» 


.HI 



Ewing, Floyd 




Lockney 




Ferris, Nanine 




PI \illmi 




Fisher, Dorothy 




Houston 




FlNIII n, Elamey 




Housl 


on 


Fite, Ralph Hilun 




1 [ouston 




FlTZHl Gil, RORERT 




Ardniorv, Okla. 




Flood, Burnis 




Cleburne 




Freeman, \\ i\ii . 


:rd 


II. nisi 


in 



Frost, J. M. Ill 
Gibson, Isabel 

( i o r i c > \ , \ I \ n i I . i si i \ 
Guess, Ralph 



I [ouston 
Houston 
Galveston 

Corsicana 



Hall, Elizabeth Anne 


1 [ouston 


Hwvley, Mary" Jane 


Houston 


Hi MPimEviLLE, Jeanne 


Housl 



Hi TciiiNs, Selw yn P. Rice 



Vlarlin 



Johnson, Doudi ii y 


Il- 


lusion 


Jones, Howard \V. 




Ho us Ion 


Jones, Sarah 




Houslou 


Kennedy, Lucile 




Houston 





Km. i. in. II \iu.i d .1. Mexico City, Mex. 

ki\<:. .1 vein i:i.im; Houslou 

Km*. hi. Billie Beaumont 

[Co i i \\ i iv, Regin u n I [ouston 



Laytox, Robert 
Le\ \ . Lorr u\i 
Long, M \ i m m 

LORIMER, \\ II 



Humble 
Houston 
I [ouston 
\m \ \.n Cleveland, Oh 



1. 1 (v, Sarah 

MaLLOY, II Mdil i I 

M \ l,< tN E, \l [LORED 

\1 \ \iDiin, ( Iertrude 



Mi k l \ \ i -i , ClIA RLOTTE 

Moori . M U*> Loi 

MoORl . Si VNLEY C. 



Houston 
Palestine 
Houston 
Houston 



Houston 
Houston 
Wharton 



Neuhai s, W. < »8C \n 



Houston 



I' \<;\ . Joyce Houston 

P \uki ii, k m HiitiM Red Houston 

I' \ i 1 1 irson, I iu~ Frost 

Patterson, Morris I > i ane Houst< 



Polk, \I vrg vret 
Prince, Bert 

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II ED, I > \\ ll» I ><H GLAS 



U i,\ i:n. Ferdinand Li DWIG 
\ on Rosenberg, < In \ m es 

Roi'AN, < ii \m.(H I I, 
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M 



tuston 
Houston 
Housto 



Houston 
Houston 
Houston 
Houstc 



Sentell, Margaret 
Shambaugh, Jean 
Simmer, Eunice 



Shult, Milton 
Speed, Anne 

Stephen, Rosanne 



Stitt, Hebekaii 

Swain, Bruncie Loraine 
Taylor, Elizabeth 



Taylor, Courtney 

Thompson, Maurinf. 
Todd, Arthur 



tsanoff, nevenna 
de Waal, Winiferd 
Watkin, Hay 



Wilson, Dorothy Alice 
Wright, Ruth 

Yeager, John Glenn 



Alvin 

Houston 
Houston 



I .1 < miii I io 

Houston 

I [oustOD 



Houston 

I Inuston 
Humble 



Houston 
Bay City 
Houston 



Houston 
I [ouston 
Houston 



Houston 

Paris 

Houston 




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li...... ...i . i:u.. I,, I, ,l.ii, N.iillne 

I rl.-unbrc, I, "in Constant 

In- !,. Knili Selkirk 

I'ti. ii. Hi- il, Utli :, 

ll.ihlis, Aim, ,-, Cnllon 
Il.tld. James C 
Dofigetr. Jnlili, .lr 

- I ass. Ihgu Lnrane 

Hi - Virgil 11,- , 

Ihlgal, Alvil 

' away, .limit's it .n I 

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.1 111 Jr. 

i II n ii I., |ii.,i,i 

li- lit. Artliill w I: 
Kiali- I i,,ll, I llalniltnli 

Earl Edward 

I'lrrell, .In,. '. 
,'ti,l. 11, ,lii l.ii.i i 

hi 
I Theresa Josephine 

I i. in. iii.i ,. [.'has, Gilbert 

. u [ill Arthur 
nullify, .lull 

Ha i. Trevor 

n ,11-.. Marshall 1 eMotte, h 
Cult's. M iij I'arnliiiti 

. Ilt-rinali v.. .li 
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i:-..l.|nr,l. Edward Tl 

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ilray. II. ,i. I 

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Og.lcn. I'lull 
Dallas 

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Henry. .Mail Elizabeth 

ll.'i.liii; M,i. ,,i i 

mi. l.i. i.iii, li. J, Mm r. 

la.-. Maurice Andrew 

'mini, Clifton, .li 
II.. I.-. Margaret Km, I, inn 
limner, Kiiilmi 
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lliibly, Anion 'I': 
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tin. I-,,, i. Illfluinl I..-,' 

Illll' HI. Kail Kll.,1,1 

until..-, rii.nl... K.iuin 
Huntley. Hrvlllc Prii, I,., 

Hurley, in. ml, Allan, Jr. 
Jam..-, Ms.-.,. I 

.It'inisoii. I;, .i.u i' 

.l.'ll.-ll. Hill ,n K 

.Inlnisiin. t'.nv Xoll. .li 

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I, .ii.'s. Kiaukllii CHI., .lr 
loilt'S. Il.nii 111., :,,lii, 
lout's. Il.i-ln.l 'I' nas 

.hint's. Troy Paul. Jr. 

Kaplan lliii 

It.lt/. I.C.lll 

Keating. Kin,' -I Will, hi 
Keller, James Truknimi 



I Jr. 



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II 



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Ki hi-.. hVr.llnnn.l Main 
KulU'i. I'... in. ,1, 1 Allifi'l 
Kllltlriiut.il. Walter Then 
l.adner. Charli's Edwin 

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Lang. Kanili milliliter 

I..HU..II [rredcrick Can 

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U'ggett, l.ngilh Marl 
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Lewis, 'I' ,,s Leslie I 

Ki-inaii, Ch, i.- Eranklln, .1 1 
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Lodge, Harris 
Kngun. Victor Klninnl 



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Lnugliridge. Terry James 
Knee. W llln-i I Kavmiuiil 
\l.l-- iil.ii,! Hi-... 1,1 M 

\l, I'm tan, Cecil la a 

Ml'C.ee, Kimi- Butler, .lr 
Mans, il, -ii, ii, I,. Anita 

Mam., A 11 , .ll 
MllSllll, Man Kl.aa 

Masl, .-.. n T i.i- . .ll 

Malhes, Mai II. I.u 

Matthews Herman Excel] 
Mays, Sam lluyburn 



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Meyer, Iteliecni Louise 

Mill..,. T ..Ill 

Minis. II. mi Lee 
Mull.,. William Man... 
Mn, 1/ Sam 
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Moore. I'., I|il, lle.ullii 
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Murdncli, Charlotte Mae 
Mum,'. Clinrles Mitchell, .1 
Miii. Klla Campbell 
Mvi-. Walter Sleen 
Nalliu. .1.111111- Joseph. .1, 

Neltns, I an. Williams 

Xclson. Mai, am Alliens 

Sees J.„ A't .ii 

V Sill, llnlph tin. an! 

Xlt'lst'ii. K..II I, mn-,. 

X. 'ii. i. ii, I. 1,1 Eugene 

hum Charlyue Louise 
ii'llillliiii, .lue Lnltos. 
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I'arker. la nil Bowles 



K. i 



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1'K, ,■ 111,., Ki,,l Willi .1, 

I',. in,., .,,,,. Min, mi Atlel 

1'iintellf, I Is Ana.- 1.. Jr 

I'onle, Km II, A - 

I'm,.-. C.corgc Wl 

I 'raili Mm II. urn .in 
I'roeter, Willi,,,,, l'i , 

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II. m- 


KiMMMIill... Ilarniil A 


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K.'MII.'lil. Uohci'l Cllm 




It.ilinan, Tunis [lollnnil 


Houston 


II Ms Ratio Criintlle 


Avnlnn, I'mii, 


Knl'S Max liialiliir. .li 


cm, liltlse. HI. 


lloos. Kai, i- v„n si.u. 


Holisloll 


K.,-- .1,,. Elmore 


11 i 


It's. Mail,. Antoluello 


Siiiillinll, 


SI. John, Itleli II, an ti 


IIOUS 


S.inM.l- I'aliianl MllUl'ice 


1'' 'lift'. Ala 


Manillas. Charles Maliii,. . 


Hailing. II 


Saiiii,l,.|-, Lucille ll,.., Mm 


l'.:n Kill 


Siivicli. Mill, hi tleurce 


llouslon 


Snwlelle, .Tuiucs Kinsley 


I'. , Ma- 


Scliefriel', C |,i..m Jos 


ll, ,ll- 


s.'li.'llina. J,,.- Aiisliu 


II, ,n-l, .11 


Sclileser. Krlih 


Smitlitillc 


Xchnurr. Alice Corcna 


II. MIS 


Sclireiher. Annelte M.nv 


II, 111. 


Sehullz, llcnnle Aarun 


II, m.lm, 


s.'liu.iii.iii. Lcun K,a,,ii 


Crccuvllle 


Scliwlnn, l.-rcilcrlck s 


llnusion 


S.'.n.-. KMiiani John 


II. am I. ,ii 


Sens Wlson Bernard 


lluuslmi 


S 1. Ocnruo K.lwnr.l .lr 


llmisli.n 


Shaiil. Clutrles Aim 


K, .III, .nil.. 


Shell-ill. W illiaia M. ,:,,,, 


Palestine 


Miillma. Aim,/., K, ,!„,,„. 


J. 


Simpson, Allan ImiIwcIJ .1 


II..11-1..1 


Si KI,.. , , 


II, ,ii-i, a, 


Smith. Kriniii Henrlctte 


llnuslnll 


Snillh. Siiliici i:,,,m,. 


llinisloii 


Sinilh, Tmn |.,i„,i. 


I'asa.lt'lia 


Sinilli. W m 0. Wall, in,', ,|, 


Mn M Mr. Ala 


Speiiilits. Anna Mian. in 


lliiuslnu 


Silence, Jack Will 


Wii'liila Falls 


Stnfloril, John William 


limis 


Stafford, Joseph Luns. 


Houston 


Stasner, Wilbur K 


- 


Slerens, June Te n 


Houston 


Slov.ill, UTorence Helen 


ITOUStOll 


SI 1 s.n.i KM,, 


III, ,1-t, Ml 


Sin. ill. .M.ill LOUISC 


lliiist'lta 


SUiernier. Arlolnh li 


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Sulliiim, \i,'i„, Adell 


llmi-lm, 


s, ,-,-. it Luuise 


II. ill-lnll 


SU1 1-. Tl as IHiinl 


II, .11- 


Sui'lil. .Mail,- Louise 


II.illSlilll 


SulUes, .lam.- Chaili - 


lliiuslnu 


Suan. Haul.. William, .1, 


HollSlOll 


Sin May, la-,. Til.-! 


llouslon 


Sun/. a. M.naaiii Artlell 


llouslon 


Sylvester. John Waller 


llouslon 


Kill. ml Milieu I.. 


i ;,,,,-.■ Creek 


Taylor. John A 


Cm sii*. ma 


Tl iismi. Henry Stephen 


linn- 


Tiilivell, Oeorgc Mi -. Jr. 


llmi-lini 


TiiH-iws. Chris iMiniii 


Alba 


Towtisend. Howard Sherma 




In .I..-, |it, 


KiMi-mi. Tt'llll 


Tuclter. 11. mil, 1 Wall.iu 


llouslon 


Tints. Mui'Barel Bell 




Turner. Hurry Ailams 


llouslon 


Tin.--. Leo Xelson 


11, ,u- 


Nan i: i.i. .lulu, ci-iinicr 


Uuiisloti 

Mm -Inn 


Vet-liintlef, KililK 
Vogt, Chnrlcs l-riiiik 




von Unsenbers. Clinrles lli-i 


l|,,l:-|. ,11 


Wallace. John Edwin 
Ward. IK, Ian [lawyer 


llnuslnll 


Warren. William s . Jr. 

w.ii,,.. Hcnrj i I.u 


Ill.l.Sl.ill 
lllillslnll 
1 luUSlOII 


Witt lames Sin 

Webre. Cnmllle Jnseph, Jr. 

W'l'l.l,'. 1.1, ,1,1 I'i.s.'.l 




WelU, Clarence Asa 


Houston 


Whiteside. Camil.- lliiniicls 


Mi, iilmii . I.a 


Wil.liiiaii. Carol 


Houston 


Will,-, William Edward 




Williams, Alfred -Nash 


1 lmi-1,,1 


Willi,,, us. I'.n.ai Wallace 


II, ami, in 


Willi. in,., Ed Pas .1. 


llmi- 


Williamson, Donald Ma. -Kin 


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M iltin li N.iiini' IMI/aMiil, 


llnu-liii. 


Wilson, Allan 11. 
Wilson. V,ni 


1 1 oust on 


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llouslon 


Will. Hani n Ml.,,., 


K man 

Wan. 
Mi. li. t, hi 


w I.-. Ilii t, Beckei 

w son. ,1a, Dudley. Jr. 

WyalK Dorothea Eileen 


llmislmi 


Wynne, Motion Jenkins 


Te\ tin, 


Villi,.. Bernard 


llnuslnll 


V a. [.'ranees 


Leakey 


Young, Joe 


Houston 


Z.,|i|i, K.illiin, LnllisC 


llmi- 


Zicgler, .1 - l-i .-■ i 



Houston 
llouslon 



Morilii 
Houston 



iimisimi 


I-'rei-innl 
Houston 


Hiiiisliiii 


Houston 


Hiiii-liiH 


II, ami, „i 


lllillslnll 


llouslon 


ll.n Citt 

Palestine 



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Iliiuslini 

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Houston 

H, nis 

Houston 
Houston 

■nwnsvill.' 

Waco 

Houston 



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. Orleans, La. 

Houston 



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Eden 
Dallas 
Dallas 

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CAMPUS 



CALE 

1932 

Seventh Biennial Engineering 

Sho%\ \pril 15 

Pre-Law Dance \|>ril 20 

General Election \1a\ 2 

Ma) Fete May 7 

Election of Class Officers Ma) 9 

Dramatic Club's Presentation <>f 

" Vnne's Little Vffair" Ma) L3-] I 

Conference Track Meet May 1. 1-1 I 

R and Quill Banquet Ma) 20 

Senior American lune 1 

Senior Banquet lime I 

Baccalaureate Sermon Inne > 

Seventeenth \nnual Commence- 
ment Exercises June 6 

Senior Final Ball lune 6 

En l ranee Examinations Sept, 1 2-1 ."> 

Registration, Sept. L5-16 

( (pening of ( iourses Sept. 1 ( ) 

Matriculation Vddress Sept. 21 

'I .\\ .C. \. Tea Dansante Sept. 22 

Rice vs. T.S.A.I. . . Sept. 21 

Freshman Reception Sept. 20 

Rice vs. L.S.U Oct. I 

Rice vs. S.M.I Oct. !'. 

Literary Societies Reception .Oct. II 

Rice vs. Loyola Oct. 15 

Rice Debaters vs. Houston Law 
School Oct. Hi 

Literar) Societies Welcome Tea . Oct. I!! 

Rice vs. Texas Oct. 22 

Rice vs. Creighton Oct. 29 

Dance for \utr\ [louse Benefit . .Nov. I 

Rice \ s. Arkansas Nov. 5 



NDAR 

Pro-Law Banquet Nov. 9 

Engineers' Ball No\ . 10 

Rice vs. \.<X\I Nov. II 

Rice vs. T.C.U Nov. 19 

Thanksgiving Da) Nov. 2 I 

Rice \ s. I!a\ lor Nov. 20 

Homecoming Nov. 26 

Rail) Club Hall Nov. 26 

Rice Debaters vs. Houston Law 

School Dee. 1 

"R" Banquet Dec 2 

Rhodes Scholarship Exams Dec. 10 

Preliminary Examinations for 
Freshmen and .Students on 
Probation Dec. 10-22 

Y.W.C.A. lea Dee. 20 

( aannier ( Hub I )ance Dec. 21 

Beginning of Christmas holidays Dec. 22 

1933 

Resumption of ( lourses Ian. 1 

Dramatic (Midi Presentation of 

"In a Garden" Jan. 13 

Februar) Examinations Feb. 1-0 

Sophomore Ball Feb. «> 

\rcln-\rls Ball Feb. 21 

Washington's Birthday Feb. 22 

Junior Prom Mar. I 

Texas Independence Dav Mar. 2 

P.A.L.S. Dance Mar. 31 

Vpril Fool's April I 

San Jacinto Dav \pril 2 I 

Entrance Examinations May 8-13 

final Examinations May 22-June 2 

Eighteenth Vnnual Commence- 
ment June 3-5 







ACTIVITIES 




Hirer Oaks Swimming Pool after the Senior Imerican 



COMMENCEMENT ACTIVITIES 1932 

Senior American The French doors of the River ( )aks ballroom were thrown wide 
open to admit all the warm, flower-scented air of earl) summer lor the Senior American 
on Saturday morning, June I. from ( ) until 12 o'clock.. The snow \ breakfast table on the 
lunr. porch was Idled h\ seemingly ravenous crowds al all limes and prevented, the ball- 
room from being overcrowded and overheated. Lee and his Owls did their best to pro- 
vide music enticing enough to make everyone forget the heat. The broad green terrace 
and the cool sunlit waters ol the swimming pool were the orchestras keenest rivals; and 
after the dance man) were lured into the refreshing depths of the marble pool. The 
committee in charge of the affair was composed of Reuben Ubaugh, chairman; C. \. 
Wall. Charles Herbst, Ellis Turner, Jim McAshan, Barr) Talbot. 

Senior Banquet The Seniors enjoyed delicious food and cool breezes on the Rice Kool 
at their banquet on Salurda\ evening, June 4. The permanent officers of the class were 
elected, and the rest ol the program was devoted to the principal speakers. Dr. Stockton 
\\-on and Mr. \\ . M. Standish. 



Baccalaureate Sermon ( )n the quiet Sundav morning of June 5. l l )32. the academic 
procession headed b\ Dr. Edgar Udell Lovett and IJe\. (ieor^e \. Buttrick. pastor ol 
the Madison \\cnuc Presbyterian Church of New ^ ork <lit\. followed h\ the facult) 
and the members of the Senior Class proceeded slowly into the Academic (lourl and 
were seated. Merc Dr. Buttrick delivered to the seventeenth graduating class of Rice 
Institute the baccalaureate sermon on ""The Fire Bringer." In the direct address he 
pled for crusaders with a noble and lasting enthusiasm to conquer fear and to instill in 
the world new mental and spiritual energy. 




Commencement 



Baccalaureate 



Commencement — The young men and women of the class of W.V2 ended their undergraduate days 
at Rice Institute with a simple hut impressive exercise in the Vcadeniic (Quadrangle, dolor was 
given to the occasion by the vari-colored hoods symbolizing the attainment of academic rank worn 
by members of the faculty who headed the academic procession. 

The commencement address was delivered by Dean Koscoe I'ound oi Harvard School ol Law. 
who took as his subject "Analogies from History." Dr. Lovett announced the establishment of 
several scholarships and fellowships by friends of the Institute and read a list of the winners ol 
other special awards. The Institute and read a list of the winners of other special awards. The long 
awaited moment arrived, and Dr. Lovetl conferred the degrees and the s\ mholizing hoods. 

Senior Reception — Pile statelv Italian pines and the formal hedges of the Academic Court served 
as a fitting background for the garden party given by Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Odell Lovett for the 
Seniors and their friends. They were assisted by the officers of the Senior dlass. Dean Koscoe I'ound 
and Mrs. Pound. 

limit Ball — The social ball was given its final push on the >ultrv evening of June (> when the 
Seniors gave their dance in the Rice ballroom. There was no pretense of elaborate decorations, but 
the dance was characterized rather by its spirit. From within a ga\ whirl of colorful summer dresses. 
duty-bound Seniors and familar faces emerged. During the intermissions, the crowd rushed to the 
balcony seeking chairs and a few minutes of fresh air. Lees Owls played until supper at 12 o'clock. 
and llenrv Husse finished out the evening. Chairman \lbkrt Lewis 




Dean Pound 



Reci ii ins. Line at Rea pti 



jilma 




River Oaks llnlhnnni 



Missis. \lr( .mils, limit x. lilt-. ('Iimiibrrlin. 



and Illinium 



RALLY CLUB DANCE 



I In- Rail) Club dances of the past honoring tin- football boy s have no1 been marked I > \ am out- 
standing originality in decorations. bu1 the dance litis year mi November 2(> al the Houston Club 
lucked iioi iinlv originalit\ lull actual decoration-. However, this was one of those times when orna- 
mentation was not needed to assure success. \ large croud with the aid of portable refreshments 
whole-heartedly assisted the football team to break training. The dancers swayed to the music of 
\ ic Insirillo and his K.K. Olians, and at 2 a.m. everyone seemed entirely satisfied with himself and 
the dance. 

O.W.LS.-BAND DANCE 

I he -tead\ downfall ol rain on Thanksgiving Eve failed to dampen the spirits oi those who 
danced in the River Oaks ballroom. For the Owen Wister Literar) Society and the Rice Band were 
the hosts and provided for them the setting ol a harvesl field and all the splendor ol an orange 
harvest moon. Lee s Owls furnished both music and amusement when thex made a slight mistake 
and insisted upon playing Harlem Moon. Miss l!m McBride, torch singer, added warmth to 
the dance with her appealing songs. 

I he (twen \\ i-ler pledges who had been honored b\ the societ) with a dinner al the Houston 
Club earlier in the evening were introduced at the dance and provided the variet) so necessar) for 
some. General Chairmen \l vrgaret Zeisor, !'uv\ki.i\ Montgomery 




The Crowd Rirer Oaks Ballroom 




Standing: Johnson. Ragland, Heed, Geiselm< 
Silling: Misses Virginia Sackenreuiher, 
\Tarv Hedrick* and Dorolhv Learned. 



Lee's Owls, and Miss Rui WcBride 



ENGINEERS' BALL 



\\ ith their characteristic Hair for the unique, the Engineers opened the \<KV2 social 
season with an outstanding hall on Thursdaj evening, November 10. at River Oaks 
Countr) (Huh. An especially striking part of the decorations was a hlaek backdrop, lie- 
hind the orchestra, showing a locomotive emerging from a tunnel with a bright headlight 
that played over the dancers. Over the mouth of the tunnel the word "Engineers" was 
written in glazed metal, and on either side were large Rice seals lettered in the same man- 
ner. Lee Chatham and his new <hvl hand with the diminutive blues singer. Rui McBride, 
made their first appearance at a Rice fiance and provided melodious inspiration for the 
Institute dancers from 10 until 2:30. Much credit was due the decorations committee: 
Grover Geiselman, general chairman: and Douglas Ragland. financial manager. l'rolit> 
from the dance went to the fund to keep the \utr\ House open. 




I Illusion Club Banquet Room 



R" BANQUET 



The annual "R" banquet honoring the Rice football and cross-country teams was 
held Frida\ night, December 2. at 7 o'clock at the Houston Club. Short talks were made 
bv Captain Tom Driscoll, Coach Meagher, and Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett, President of 
tit*- [nstitute, before Mr. McCants awarded the following men their letters in football: 
Captain Tom Driscoll. \dams. Iturk. ('.lore. Conklin. Dickey, \. Driscoll, Hammett, 
Hander, Harris. Ilinman. knight. Lagow. F. Lauterbach, R. Lauterbach, McCauley, 
McKinnon, Miekelson. M\er. Nicholson. Richardson. Sadler. Schultz, Scott. Thrasher, 
Strong, P. Wallace. \\ . Wallace. 

Fred Lauterbach, tackle, from San \ntonio. was elected h\ his mates to captain the 
1M3.5 team. Fav Lagow, 1 ( )32 all-Southwestern guard, was awarded the George Martin 

o r~ c 

tropin alter being selected as the Owls' most valuable player. 

Luther Stark, prominent Rice football booster from Orange, warmlx praised the work 
of (loach Meagher and Dr. Gaylord Johnson, business manager, and congratulated the 
team on their work for the year. 

Lloyd Gregory, sports editor from the Houston Post, awarded the Houston Post 
troph) to Harrison Stafford, star Texas Universit) backfield man. chosen by Southwest 
-port- writers as the Conference's most valuable pla\er. 




Just Kids— River Oaks Ballr 



SOPHOMORE DANCE 



\\ itli shrieks of laughter, the upper and lower classmen at Rice Institute lost their 
identity as college students and heeame children again when thc\ slid down a large 
coaster into tlie Sophomore Kid Party, February 8. at Ki\ <t < )aks ( !oantr) ( Huh. Picking 
each other up, the\ found themselves in a nursery with large drops on the side and end 
walls painted with nursery rhymes in bright colors. Old Mother lluhhard. Little .lack 
Horner. Humptv Duinptv. the ( low that .lumped ( )ver the Moon, the Three Wind Mice, 
and all the others \\ atched the iTierr\ . rollicking crowd sw inging one another into corners 
of the room with pop-the-whip, or enjoying the milder sports of marhles and jacks on 
the floor. Minnie and Mickey Mouse l>\ the entrance doors gazed with raised eyebrows 
on the abbreviated rompers and dresses of the little maids, and the knickers and little 
Lord Fauntlerov suits of the boys. Big baby dolls were in evidence, but dogs ofevery 
size and pedigree were favorite pets of the evening, \iter midnight. Roberta Woods, 
president of the Sophs. led her young guests in a grand march around the nursery. It 
was a good party even if all the guests did see pink elephants and scarlet cats on the 
walls. 




Hazel Goodman Secretary 

1 1 i:\in Kim \ri>s Treasurer 

William Ward Watkin 

Lucile Lancaster I ice President 

Paul Wolf President 



Robert Kick Grafton Calhoun 

Roberta Woods Robroy Carroll 

\1 \kv B. IIenslev Harold Amble 
Frederic Browne 



ARCHI-ARTS COSTUME BALL 



\\ itli an enigmatical smile playing around his lips, the sinister face of Ivan "The Ter- 
rible" gazed down from above the ancestral gates of 16th centurv Moscow over the 
throng of revelers at the \rchi- \rts l>all on February 21 at River Oaks Country Club. 
'The "Horovod," romantic festival of the time, brought not only the peasants and Cos- 
sacks, but the boyars and their ladies of high degree whom Ivan hated bitterly. Through 
the great cathedral windows, the warm light filtered over the snow v and moonlit city 
towers and streets. Lee and his Owls played from a handstand typical of Russian cities 
of centuries past, which had a background of deep blue done in bizarre tracery. Supper 
was served on the terrace hung with murals in modernistic design. Russian tea was served 
from brass samovars, and the menu consisted of dainties typical ol Russia. 




Standing: webster, dore, cook, geiselman, kocurek 

Silting: WATKINS, LENOIR BOWEN, HALLIE BETH TALLEY. BARTON 



THE JUNIOR PROM 

On March 1. 1933. attracted hv the promise of music hv Joe Sander's Nighthawks 
and hv the traditional formalitv. a large crowd gathered lor the Junior I'rom at River 
Oaks Country Club. This, one of the stateliest of Rice dances, is given annually in honor 
of the Seniors. 

A striking effect was created by the simple decorations and by a prismatic reflector 
suspended from the center ceiling which caught the red and green colors of the indirect 
lighting and showered the room with minute particles of reflected light. 

At 1:30 a.m. Miss llallie Beth Tallev. vice president, and Dan Webster, president oi 
the Junior Class, led the grand march, which was the feature of the evening. Shortl) 
afterward a buffet supper was served the guests. 

During the latter part of the evening the formal restraint was eased by Joe Sanders 
announcement suggesting that the weary ones "just lie down on the floor and take it 
easv" during a long medley of college tunes. 



Committee Chairmen 

John Dor' General Chairman 

Grover Geiselman Decorations 

Lenoir Bowen Patrons 

Willi am Barton Bids 

John Cook Hall 

Thomas Watkins Music 

Joe Kocurek Publicity 




The Cast for "In a Garden' 



DRAMATIC CLUB ACTIVITIES 



The Rice Dramatic Club opened a brilliant season <>l dramatic activity with the lol- 
lowing officers in charge: Robert Talley, President; Stanislaus Cowley, I ice President; 
Joseph Ueo, lira surer: Mary Beth Huddleston, Secretary; and Earle Douglas, Vlember- 
at-Large. Mr. R. R. \dcock. prominent Houstonian, served as Director, and \lr. .1. I). 
Thomas, English instructor, served as Facult) Adviser and Assistant Director. Major 
productions were presented in the Little Theatre building, and club meetings, where 
workshop ]ila\s were Erequentl) directed and presented by student club members, were 
held at the \utr\ Mouse. 



In a Garden \>\ Philip Barr) was the first major production oi the year. This pla\ 
was presented at the Little Theatre on Chelsea Boulevard, Friday, Januar\ 13, 1933. 
A large and appreciative audience received the club's initial 1933 season production. 
Adrian Tcrrv was plaved h\ \. I). Krantz. Lissa Terr\ was played b\ Juanita Luck 
with convincing finesse. llenr\ Edwards as Roger Compton did a beautiful piece of 
work with a small part. Other parts which were adequately and convincing!) handled 
were those ol Norris Hlis>. performed b\ George Pike, and Miss Mabieby Ruth Barry. 

Raymond Cook had the role of Frederic. The following served in various capacities: 
Scener\; Delwin .lames: Properties. Raviuond (look and Lois Schwartz; Programs. Joe 

\|eo: Miil.f-ii/). Marian Seaman: Stage Manager, John (look: FJectrieiun. Karle Douglas. 




The Cast for " Anne's Little Affaii 



"Hell-Bent Fer Heaven," a Pulitzer Prize play, written by Hughes Haelier. was 
presented by the elub on March 29. 1933 at the Houston Little Theatre on Chelsea 
Boulevard. The play dealt with the life of North Carolina mountaineers. The tone of the 
play was a sombre one but admirably depleted by an excellent cast. 

The cast included Harry Bloom as Rule Pryor, Card Elliott, Jr. as Matt Hunt. Billie 
Knight as Meg Hunt. Stan Cowlev as Andy Lowry, Melba Slimpin as Jude Lowrv. 
Henry Edwards as David II mil. 

John Cook assisti'd as Stage Manager, and the sets were designed and executed l>\ 
George Pike and Raymond (look. 



"Anne's Little Affair" by Harrv Osborne, the spring production of the 1932-1933 
season, was presented at the Rice Plavhouse. 808 Anita, on \la^ 12 and 13. 1932. The 
cast included Rowena MacLaughlin as Anne Lane, the loveh and charming heroine: 
Marian Seaman as Mrs. Bonner, an entertaining and highly individual dowager with 
social aspirations; Melba Slimpin as Geraldine Bonner, spoiled but interesting voting 
daughter of the new-rich: Gerald Richardson a^ Harold Bonner, the handsome 
young scion of the wealthv family who feared he might get into the clutches of Mrs. 
Creswell, fascinating widow, played with animation and insight by Margaret Wright: 
Robert Talley as Mr. Bonner, plain man who cared little for his wife's social ambitions; 
Herman Lloyd as Barney Barnum. millionaire chauffeur-in-disguise; Earle Douglas 
as Mr. Wiggins, a detective. This cast included able and talented veteran performers 
of the club. Others who served in producing the play were as follows: Stage Manager. Fran- 
cis Vesey; Properties. Helen Batte; Make-up, Bea Harrison; Electrician, Larle Douglas. 




lulrv House Dane' 



Pat Quinn and his Rica Owls 



SATURDAY NIGHT DANCES 

Forsaking their w anderlust, the Saturda) night dances came home to a newly decorated 
I ni\ersit\ Club tor the dances of the first semester. But fate would not allow the dance 
committor an uneventful \ear. and a forced move to the Junior League was necessarv 
in the early spring. The white walls accentuating the deep crimson of the draperies, a 
long, cool porch witli a tinkling fountain in the patio helow delighted the Saturday- 
nighters. Pat Quinn and his music-makers with their little "Nobody's Child" soothed 
aua\ those restless leelin< r s. and hroujdit out line crowds c\ cr\ week. 



TUESDAY DANCES 

\\ ith characteristic informalit) and tardiness, the Tuesdaj afternoon dances at the 
\utr\ House persisted through the spring months. In answer to popular demand lor the 
dances, the canteen ho\s. Joe and (ilenn. took them over and promoted them in line 
style. The girl stags arrived at 4 o'clock to hold their thumbs until labs were over at 5, 
and then a short hour of unrivaled fun hegan. Lee's Owls and Rui McMri le furnished 
the music for these affairs, which, as in the past, provided an opportimit\ for making 
new friends and enjoying an afternoon ol dancing to good music. 




Mr. Hun ,1,1 Morris 



Sir Hubert Falconer. Lady Falconer. Dr. //. A. Wils 



LECTURES ON MUSIC 

A rare musical treat was ottered the Rice students in the lectures of Mr. Harold Morris. 
composer and pianist now of New York and a graduate of Texas University. Mr. Morris, 
under the auspices of the Rice Institute Lectureship in Music, delivered three lectures 
on the evenings of February 23. 24. and 25. His first two. "The Histor) and Tendencies 
oi Vmerican Music and The Genius and Development ol American Composers," were 
presented in the Physics amphitheater. The third appearance, a lecture-recital of Mr. 
Morris" own musical compositions, was at the Scottish Rite ( lathedral. 



LECTURES ON CITIZENSHIP 

Sir Robert Falconer and his wife. Ladv Falconer, of Toronto. Canada, on their tirst 
trip South, were quests at the home of Capt. James A. Baker while in Houston for Sir 
Robert's series of lectures on Citizenship. L nder the Sharp Lectureship in Civics and 
Philanthropy, Sir Robert delivered four lectures on the evenings of March 21. 22, 23, 
and 24 in the Physics amphitheater. His general subject was "Factors in the Making of 
a Complete Citizen" and on the successive evenings he spoke on "Tradition." "Scien- 
tific Enquiry," "The Pursuit of Beautv." and "Religion." Dr. ,L W. Slaughter presided 
over the first lecture; Dr. H. A. Wilson, the second; Dr. M. Moraud. the third: and Dr. 
A. D. Mckillop. the fourth. 



PALLAS ATHENE LITERARY SOCIETY SPORT DANCE 

Deviating from their custom of collaborating with a sister literary society, the Pallas 
Athene Literary Societ) held their annual sport dance alone at llie I Diversity Club on 
the evening of March 31, 1932. Wesley Barry, former well-known freckle-faced hoy 
movie actor and his orchestra, who were in Houston for a short while on the Rice Mezzanine, 
furnished the music. A smart tri-eolor scheme of blue, orange, and white was featured 
in attractive panels on the walls and in striped awnings at the windows. In keeping with 
the theme, the belles of the Institute paraded the latest in gayh lined sport fashions. 
I.eota Meyer was general chairman of the dance and Madeleine Walton worked out the 
details of the decorations. 



PRE-LAW SPRING DANCE 

The Pre-Law spring dance began slowly, hut gathered momentum as the evening wore 
on. and after a pause for refreshments at midnight the party was a real success, helped, 
no doubt, by the new in-flow of stags. The lawyers opened the doors of the River Oaks 
Country Club at 10 o'clock, and "Doc" Mize and his Varsitonians from Waco were on 
hand [>la\ing their special brand of red-ho1 rhythm until 2 a.m. \- the dale, \pril 2D. 
1932. was late in the dance season, semi-formality was the keynote, and spring clothes 
the vogue. Linen suits and organdy dresses heralded the coming sultry weather. George 
l)unk and Karl \meriiian handled arrangements for the affair. 



ENGINEERS' TACKY PARTY 

The dark -town harmonizers were moanin" low at the Engineers' Tacky Party at Mc- 
Cardell's Studio on April 22. The blue notes of the Black and Tan Tantalizers set the 
pace for the engineers, tired from work on the Engineering Show, to "blow off steam."" 
A motley-arrayed crowd drifted in at the unbelievably earlv hour of 9 o'clock, and from 
then until past midnight the hairy-ears and their guests galloped around the floor in a 
mad whirl. Time out was called to choose the tackiest couple on the floor. After a dis- 
criminating survey, the judges declared Pincus Grenader, garbed as an Apache, and 
Hallie Beth Talley, gowned in a frock of the past generation, wortln recipients of the 
grand prizes. Everyone enjoyed himself until the ice cream gave out. anil then it was de- 
cided to call it a night. 



INTER-LITERARY SOCIETY TEA 

The social merry-go-round of 1932-33 was set in motion on October 18. l l )32. at the 
Antrv House, when the Elizabeth Baldwin, the Owen Vi ister and the Pallas Athena 
Literary Societies gave their annual tea for prospective pledges. 

After being properly tagged for means of identification, the guests were received at 
the door by the officers of the three societies. Miss Sarah Lane and Mrs. Blake served 
them tea anil coffee. From three until six. the girls did nothing in particular except en- 
joy the display of new fall clothes and submit to the continuous inquiry of do you know . . 



THE RICE INSTITUTE BAND 

The Rice Institute Band, under the able direction of Mr. Lee Chatham, furnishes 
music for all Rice activities requiring its services and offers musical training and ex- 
pression to interested students. From an embryo of twelve members, the band member- 
ship expanded to a high mark of eightv-eight men in 1931, but recently hovers around 
fiftv. The hand pla\s at all home athletic events and, when possible, accompanies the 
teams on out of town games. It is particularly representative of Rice. 

Members of the hand are awarded Rice sweaters after meeting certain qualifications 
as to abilitv and attitude, and attendance at games and commencement exercises. 

The revenue for the band, financing trips, music and uniforms, is obtained from a 
fixed percentage of the student blanket tax. a sum set aside b\ the administration, 
donations from Houston citizens, and profit from the annual dance given b\ the band 
with the Owen lister Literary Society. 

The officers elected at the annual stag banquet in June lor this year were: President, 
William R. Long: Business Manager, C. Franklin Montgomery; I ice President, Milton 
Peterson: and Librarian, Kittrell Reid. 







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ORGANIZATIONS 



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Edwins 

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Li \<iih 

liOHEN 



I. ill i-l 
MlOMA 



III Mil I I II 
t ' Mil I ILL 



Co] I II II 

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K I I II I III M 
DlONNE 



\\ IMI I III- 
I" *REEM \ \ 



llUM 
I'lIM II I 1 



VLIN1 

I.I I I 



MlBIAM 

McGari 



\i 1,111 I 

Muui.i 



la i/ i hi i ii 
N i i i ii i n-i 



Dniuiiiii 
Johnson 



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The Elizabeth Baldwin Literary Society 

The Klizabeth ((aldum Literary Society, the 
oldest of the literary societies, was established as 
an aid in advancing the best interests of the wom- 
en students of the Rice Institute, to promote 
among them a feeling of good-fellow ship which 
shall reach beyond the span of their college vears. 
lo benefit them through training in literary ex- 
pression and public utterance, and to foster a gen- 
eral spirit of college loyalty in the Rice Institute 
activities. \s this is undoubtedly as vast an aim 
as it is worthy, the societj feels its work in this 
direction is commendable. 

The most important activitj of the club is 
philanthropic work, a scholarship being given 
every \ ear and other lesser gifts being made 
throughout the year. Ibis vear short stories were 
Studied lor the lilerarv program. 

Pledging activities consume a large part of the 
fall entertainment program with the pledge din- 
ner one of the most important affairs. \t Thanks- 
giving the club entertains with a breakfast with 
Dr. Axson as the guest speaker. In the early spring 
the K.I5.L.S. usually joins with the I'.A.L.S. to 
give their annual dance. Proceeds from this dance, 
the annual card party, book reviews, and the 
May Fete concessions constitute the sources of 
income lor the main projects of the club's vearh 
program. 

\ccording to * The ( )h I. "this organization has 
tendencies both academic and genealogical, in ad- 
dition to its purcK literary interests." 

Officers 

\ iiuiim \ \ INSON President 

lam i % \ \\ iess I ice President 

Km ( loss . Secretary 

I.k \ i.iti Wiess. Treasurer 

Ida Dell Lac^ Member-at-Large 

Henrietta Cargill, .Sergeanl-at-Arms 

Katherine Dionne Critic 

K vthleen \\ II.SHN Program Chairman 

I. in ise Bryson Chairman of Tribunal 

Elizabeth Neathery . . Reporter 

Members 

Lenoir Bow en \line Li ii 

Collier Cooke Miriam McGary 

vgnes Cox \linui Moody 

Dottie Dalei Mini. uu i Moss 

Iiimi Fonville S^iaia Norswortiii 

Winiferd Freeman \hu.i>\ Steves 

Doiiinin Johnson Betty Suttle 

.h ii \ Vinson 

Pledges 

Virginia Barnes Ki.i.v (" wii'iui i. Mviai 

Susie Bi ford Mary Liu Moori 

Margaret Virginia Crain Kate Ross Patton 

M \iu Crain Margaret Polk 

Glady'S Marie Deering Katharine Red Parker 

Mamie Dickson Sara Street 

S\u\ii Lucy Elizabeth Taylor 

Mii urn ii \1wiim Nevenna Tsanoff 

Charlotte McKinnei I'\i \\ vtkins 

Ruth W hh-ii i 



The Owen Wister Literary Society 

This society is the youngest of the three literary 
societies and follows them in the study of such 
literature as is of interest to the members of the 
society. Special attention is given the works of 
modern novelists during the programs of the 
weekly meetings. During the year, several open 
meetings are held, at which members of the fac- 
ulty serve as guest speakers. 

The annual Thanksgiving dance given with the 
members of the band is sponsored as a means of 
obtaining the fund donated every year to the 
Institute library, with which books, letters, and 
manuscripts especially pertaining to the history 
of the Southwest are added to the library shelves. 

In the fall, the pledges are entertained with a 
forma] dinner and the members are entertained 
at the initiation of the pledges following the mid- 
year examination schedule. Also a formal dinner 
party is given in honor of the Seniors in the late 
spring. 

Finances for seasonal charity work and general 
running expenses are met l>\ the publication of 
the student direetor\ and the several Mav Fete 
concessions. 

Quoting "The Owl": "Probably O.W.L.S. is 
the most literary of the three [Literary Societies], 
but it also counts as advantageous politics and 
scholarships." 

Officers 

Sue Sexton President 

Ruth Loughridge Vice President 

Mary Cavitt Secretary 

Stella McNeir Treasurer 

Madeline Freeman . Corresponding Secretary 

Mary Virginia J arms Parliamentarian 

Frances Mandell — Kathryn Pearson 

Sergeants-at-Arms 

Mary Lucile Hoi chins . Program Chairman 

Margaret Zenor Critic 

Mary Hedrick Historian 

H \llie Beth Talley Publicity 

Members 

Mary Louise Blohm Sue Green 

Julia Green Emily T\rrer 

Boberta Woods 



Pledges 



Eloise Abshier 
Marjorie Boyd 
M\rg\ret Brosius 
Ellen Cleveland 
Elizabeth Davidson 
Lvlla Lee Ehlert 



Nanine Ferris 
elizabeth h\ll 
Billie Knight 
Harriet M alloy 
Rosanne Stephen 
M\urine Thompson 



Sue Sexton 



Ruth 

1 .01 GHRIDGE 



M \ in ( ' \\ I'll 

Stella McNeir 



M w>i-:li\i: 

Freem \n 



Sue < iiiKKN 



Mari Hedrick 



M \ n\ \ IRGINIA 

Jarvis 



Frances 

M \M-I I I 



k vi iih'i n Pe \hnon 



Hallie Beth 
Talley 



Emtli Tarrer 

M \Hf; ABET ZeN( 





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The Pallas Athene Literary Society 



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The Pallas Athene Literary Societ) in carrying out its pro- 
gram of the >lud\ of contemporary literature this year studied 
modern literary works in poetry, prose, and drama. The club's 
attention and energ) arc largel) concentrated on the raising of 
die scholarship fund and contributions to the Community 
('lies! and Vutrv [louse. This year the money was raised by 
several projects: a scavenger liiinl. liiilgc party, Sponsorship 
of dances at the Lamar Hotel, and the sports dance. 

Pledging activities and the dinner lor the pledges in Novem- 
ber hold the interest of the club in the early fall, and the ( Mirist- 
inas |>ar!\ al Knsk Settlement lor the Mexican children con- 
stitutes the I'. V.L.S. seasonal charity. The pledges are given a 
formal dinner part) al initiation in February and the Seniors 
are honored at a dinner in May. 

Ilic Owl" says. * Its main interest is literary, hut tenden- 
cies social and pulchritudinous have also been noticed. 



\1 \IU 111 li IHESOIS 



Dorothy Qujn 



Hi ri v Rogers 



Officers 

Leot ^ Meyer President 

Pat line M \<:1)on \ld Vice President 

Lavone Dickensheets Secretary 

Anne Lot ise Perlitz Treasurer 

Lida Arnold Program Chairman 

Leonora Heyck Reporter 

\dei.e Drenkle — Kmily Staln yrer Sergeants-at- tntis 

M iDELEiNE Walton Councilman-at-Large 

Members 



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M \RY Lot ISE (111! U I) 

June Greer 

ElJGENl \ II V MILTON 
M \RY III TOIIESON 

Hi;< :k -i Meyer 
Dorothy Oi in 



\1 \ry Calder Rice 
Hetty Rogers 
Jeanette Hose 
Patsy Street 
Kmii.ii: Tallichet 



Pledges 



L\io -i Si u.n \ki:u 



t >R \ ( Ilemons 
Gertri de M vnford 
Charlotte Rotan 
Sunn Hoi vn 



\\ilm\ Jean Shambaugh 
Bert Prince 
Elizabeth Si llivan 
Jennie V. Sweeney Modesett 



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Issociate Wrnibcrs 



Mrs Richard I'. Burns Mrs. Sterling Myer. Jr. 

Gene Burroi ghs 



The Baptist Student Union 

The Baptist Student I nion serves to unite the various in- 
dependent unit organizations for students in the Baptist church- 
es of Houston and is governed by the B.S.I . Council elected 
from the campus. The Union for its commendable activity this 
year has been awarded high distinction rarely given student 
organizations affiliated with nondenominational schools. 

The year's program is planned and outlined at the fall and 
spring Retreats at Casa Del Mar and definite arrangements are 
made for the election of fifteen delegates to the "Olympiette," 
a statewide convention held annually at Brownwood. the 
Thanksgiving Breakfast which this local chapter sponsors for 
all Baptist Student Unions of Texas, the Student Night Pro- 
grams in churches at Christmas, and the Senior Bampiet in 
June. 

Much philanthropic work is done every year by the B.S.I .. 
notably at the Toy Hospital operated every Christmas, which 
repairs and distributes approximately a thousand toys to poor 
children of the city. 

Officers 

M \RY Gilmour Rl ST President 

Elizabeth Lot Everett Enlistment 

Hallie Beth Talley Social 

M vry Kennedy Devotional 

Clifton Lenoir Bond Treasurer 

Kenneth Phillips News 

Christine Hall Posters 

Mr. II. L. Johnson Faculty 4dvisor 

UNIT ORGANIZATIONS 

First Baptist Rice Class 

Jack Williams. President h dge E. Roberts. Teacher 

Second Baptist Rice Class 
Ellen Cleveland. President Mr. \1. A. Miller, Teacher 

South Main Rice (.lass 
R. Grahwi Jackson, Pres. Mr. J. \\ . E. Stephen. Teach. 

Baptist Temple Ric* 1 Class 
Earl Bower Barnes. Pres. Mrs. A. J. Denham, Teacher 
Heights First Baptist Rice Class 

George Miller. President Mr. C. W. Evans, Teacher 

Collegiate B.Y.P.U. 

Floyd Kelly President 

OWL B.Y.P.U. 

.l.C. Petty President 

RICE Y.W.C.A. 
Tommie G. Mansfield. Pres. Nelda Reichert. Counselor 



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Barnes 



Everett 



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Kl \Mlii 



Phillips 



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Kiir, President 



( IIWHtl HUN, 

1 ice President 



win. I'ri 



\ U GHAN. 

Sgl.-at~ \m 

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I >i NSMOHI 



Dore 

( I I IS! IM \N 
< > GORGE 



Gready 

Mm i 

ll\NKS 



Koci iiik 
Lew is 



McCants 

Mr ( ' \ HI II ^ 

Minim 



Rich \rdsoin 

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R YM AN 



B. Sew ell 
It Sew ell 
Si rozier 



Thompson 

\\ V LLACE 
\\ EBSTER 



The Rally Club 

The RalK Club plays a most no- 
ticeable role iii the life i»f the school. 
Formerly the club sponsored (lie Tues- 
day afternoon dances at Autr\ House. 
This \ear il contributed to the Vutrv 
I louse I inn! from money taken in at 
dances sponsored li\ it. 

The annual break-training dance 
given b\ the Rally Club a1 the close of 
the football season is always most wel- 
come and effective. 

\ contract with the \lldetie Asso- 
ciation to usher for athletic events 
furnishes the club s running expenses. 



Officers 

James Fite President 

Allen Chamberlin ...Vice President 
Wilson HlGGINBOTHAM . Secretary 
Tom Tm v(; \ki> Treasurer 



Members 



Glen Allen 
Fred Alter 
Bill Barton 
Joe Rest 
II vri'eu Black 
Mow vrd Calvin 
T. C. Campbell 
Ren Cash 
Robert Cole 
John ( look 
R \\ mom) Cook 

V. DONAGHUE 
John DORE 

Gordon Dinsmor 
C vrd Elliott 
Sam Farqi ii \h 
Wiley George 
G. Geiselm \n 

LlNDY GrEADY 
TOMMY II \l.E 
RlU CE II \Nc OCK 

John Hanks 
Robert II \nnon 
Ed llo\ v.s 
Fit \Nk Hurley 
Ewell I \< ksoN 
Joe Kocurek 
Kemp Fen is 

Don vld 



( !mc \l<:< '. LRTHY 
BlLLY McKlNNEY 
lli\iii \li:w>o\\s 
\i.\ in Moody 
Robert Morcom 
Ralph Nemir 
Sam Parham 
Pat Quinn 
Ed. Randlett 
G. Rich vkdson 
I'm i, \. Rich per 
M w Roy 
Eldridge Rymvn 
: Joe ScHELLING 
Jim \n Scott 
Ren Sewell 
Roy Sewell 
Wiley Steen 
Wilmer Stev* mm 
Willi \m Strozier 
Lee Thompson 
Bynum Turner 
herschel v m ghn 
C. A. Wall 
Frank W u.i.vci: 
I ) \n Webster 
K. Ii. White 
Ed Willi his 

M(C VN'I'S 



The Engineering Society 

The Engineering Society was formed fifteen 
years ago by student engineers who felt that 
the various branches of engineering. Civil, Me- 
chanical, Electrical and Chemical, served to 
separate students actually of like interests. The 
Society brings together in biweekly meetings all 
of these branches. 

The expenses of the society are met with the 
proceeds from the annual dance which it spon- 
sors in the fall. Every spring, the society en- 
tertains its members and guests at a formal 
banquet, when officers for the ensuing year are 
chosen and Freshmen engineers initiated. 

By far the most important project of the 
society is the launching of the Biennial Engi- 
neering Show which necessitates extensive ex- 
penditure of time and energy by the Engineers 
This exhibition attracts thousands of interested 
spectators, and acquaints the public with the 
work done at The Rice Institute. In recent 
years the departments of science have co-oper- 
ated with the Society in presenting the show. 

OFFICERS FOR FIRST TERM 

C. F. Johnson President 

James E. Reed, Jr ^'ice President 

E. F. Kinzer. Treasurer 

Haylett O'Neill, Jr Secretary 

A. C. Lederer Executive Committeeman 

OFFICERS FOR SECOND TERM 

Douglas Ragland President 

K. E. Jones Vice President 

W. A. Sullender , . Secretary 

E. F. Kinzer Treasurer 

P. V. Lederer Executive Committeeman 

SOCIETY MEMBERS 



Adams, F. V. 
Adams, G. Richard 
Allen, George N. 
Allen, J. Y. 
Arnold, Kingsland 
Boyles, Howard 
Brady, Kenneth 
Briggs, Fred 
Bringhurst, J. II., Jr. 
Brogdon, Hubert 
Burrell, F. B. 
Chun, M. E. 
Compton, John Reed 
Dore, John 
Edmondson, Paul B. 
Elder, H. E. 
Elkins, G. D. 
Fairbrother, H- W. 
Ferguson, Bill 
Farris, Edgar 
Fite, Ralph 
Fryou. J. A. 
Gates, Marshall 
Gibson, William 
Gould, Martin 
Green, \Y. J. 
van Gundy, Jack 
Halpin, Frank C. 
Habbordt, Henry 
Hartwell, J. Haskin* 
Henschen, Gustave 
Homer, C. H. 
Hudson, James 
Johnson, C. F. 
Jones, K. E. 
Kahle, Louis G. 
Kinzer, E. F. 

Y EAGER, 



Krause. F. \V. 
Kuhlmann, Walter 
Lawton, F. G. 
Lederer, A. C. 
Lederer, P. A. 
Lenoir. Frank 
Masterson, Thomas 
McReynolds, John 
Meek, Walter 
Meeker. Richard 
Minto, William 
Moor, Stanley 
Moore. Beadle 
Morrison, Will Earl 
Myer, Harry 
Nabers, Robert 
Oliver, Eugene, Jr. 
O'Neil, Haylett. Jr. 
Palmer, J. H. 
Pestell, Walter 
Pitner, Roy 
Powell, W. M. 
Ragland, Douglas 
Rainey, J. B. 
Redman, Travis 
Reed, James E., Jr. 
Rogers, Paul E. 
Schwartz, W. H. 
Schwinn, Fred 
Shipley. George 
Sullender, W. A. 
St. John, Richard H. 
Stockton. Frank 
Way. W. J. 
Waters, H. C. 
Williams, Byron 
Wells, C. A. 
J. Y. 



Johnson 

Dore 

Reed 

Kinzer 

Adams 

Allen 
Anderson 
Bonner 
Brady 

Br ANDES 

Bringhurst 

Brogdon 

Chun 

Edmondson 

Elkins 

Fairbrother 

Farris 

Ferguson 

Fite 

Geiselman 

Gibson 
Greer 

II \ i ; I 1 1 i it I < i 

Holmes 
Homer 

Hudson 
Jones 
Kuhn 
Landsberg 
Lederer, A. 

Lederer. P. 

Mason 

Meek 

Nabers 

Ragland 

Rainey 

Rogers 

Sullender 

Tinnerello 

Yeager 









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Robinson 



The Pre-Medical Society 

The Pre-Medical Society holds its meetings biweekh 

on Tuesdav nights at Vutr) House. \t a majorit) of the 
meetings there is some doctor oi the cit) in\ ited to speak 
on his special line of work. \t each meeting there are 
also two student reports given. These short speeches are 
taken from up-to-date research work in the medical 
world thai is ol public interest, and are taken mostK 
from articles as found in pamphlets in the Phvsics Li- 
bra r\ . 

This \ear the club has had the privilege of visiting the 
offices ol some ol the doctors to examine special equip- 
ment used in that particular doctor s office, and to learn 
something of his type of medical specialty. The club 
also visits the hospitals of the cit\ and makes a \earlv 
visit to the State Medical School at Galveston. 

Social activities of the society are carried out in the 
form of a dance and a few parties each year. This \ear 
the Pre-Med. dance was given jointlj with the Elizabeth 
Baldwin Literary Society. 

The purpose of the society, as can be seen from the 
above described functions, is to give the pre-inedical 
students of the school the pri\ ilege of hearing the doctors 
in the various fields of medicine in order that they might 
learn more about the things thc\ are interested in. \lso 
the club endeavors to get its members interested in the 
current happenings in the medical world bv the reports 
that are given. 

Officers 

Clarence Shllt /'resident 

F. Scott Glover ] ice Pn-s. 

Werner Hoeflich Executive Councilman 

Leroy Sims Secretary 

Leon Taubenhaus Treasurer 

Members 

Charles Ault I'm i. .1. K vtribe 

Pearson C. Caldwell Leroy Keinuoi.d 

Henry Jacobs Tryon Robinson 

Pledges 

Richard lit i>son Tom Jones 

Ralph Nicosia Charles Freundlich 

Joe Cvsiiion Albert Brvden 



The Young Women's Christian 
Association 

The Rice Institute Y.W.C.A. is under the 
wing of the Houston Y.W.C.A.. and its aims 
are largely religious in character, as it de- 
sires to understand, promote and promul- 
gate the teachings of the Christian faith. In 
this connection the meetings of the organi- 
zation make use of program material con- 
cerned with current ethical and religious 
prohlems. 

Soon after the opening of school each year, 
the Y.W.C.A. sponsors at Autry House the 
Big-Little-Sister Dance for Freshman girls 
of the Institute, \nnuallv the mem hers 
spend a short time at the Y.W.C.A. Retreat 
at Casa Del Mar. At Easter the organization 
entertains the Mexican children at Rusk 
Settlement with an Easter party as one of 
the club's manv philanthropic activities. 

Principal group program participation is 
occasioned by the World Disarmament dis- 
cussion in connection with the Cause and 
Cure of War Movement, and the Interracial 
group discussions. Contact is made with 
\ .\\ .C.A. organizations all oyer the country 
at the annual Regional ^ Conference in 
Bollister, Missouri. 

OFFICERS 

lit in Pbovine President 

l.i in Barry .First Vice President 

Margaret Gutierre2 Second Vice President 

Alberta Riesen Secretary 

Eppie Quicksall Treasurer 

I eus Bellows . Parliamentarian 



MEMBERS 



Christine Atkinson 
Katherine Balcke 
Elizabeth Barden 
Esther Beman 
Vermelle Black 
Beloit Bruner 
Evelyn Bybee 
Willie Mae Chapmvn 
Anile Clay 
Emmie Cr yddock 
Th elm a Dixon 
Lalla Lee Ehlert 
M \rgaret Elkins 
Caroline Foulks 
Dorothy Gilpin 
Corinnk Hall 
Elizabeth Johnston 
Mary Kennedy 
Lucille Kennedy 
Jacqueline King 



Miriam Knodel 
Hazel Rusk Ll~dtke 

Mildred Mil > \ \ 1 1> 
Ev a N e\\ m \n 
Mary .1. ( Iijcjii \ i 
Vdine * tin) 

Mi, KID Boos 

Sue Sellingsloh 
Mydelene Simons 
Elizabeth Sims 
Eleanor Smith 
Peggy Sox le 
Sybilla Stjllman 
Blanche Taylor 
M \rg\ret Ti f i s 
Helen Turner 
Louise Walker 
Doris \\ hite 
Constance Zirbel 
Nadine Zirbel 



Christine 
Atkinson 



I HIS 

Bellows 



Beloit 
Bruner 



Anile 

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M \\u. \m: i 
El ki \S 



Margaret 

( ; i ilium/ 



Ei cille 

Ki S'NI i > \ 



Maitj 

l\ ENNEDY 



II \/.i i. Rose 

El HIKE 



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.1 VQI I I I M 
( U IPHIN I 



\ IH N I 
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III III 

I'r<>\ i \i 



Vlberta 

llll SI \ 



VI AD1 II M 

Simons 



M VRGARI 

Soi 1.1; 



Blanche 

T\Y LOR 



III I I N 
Tl RNER 





5EW. ELL 



The Pre-Law Association 

Officers 

Ben G. Sewell President 

1 1 ENR^ HoLDEN I ice President 

.1 uvies V. Beeley Secretary-Treasurer 

Roy J. Sewell Sergeant-at-arms 



Joe Aleo 
Fred Alter 
Tom Brummett 
How vrd < 1 u.vi\ 
John ( Irooker 



Members 

Sweeney Doehring 
Vincent Donaghue 
Bob Ford 
Bill Francis 
\\. (). Id ggins, Jr. 



A. S. Moody, Jr. 
II. C. Nagel. Jr. 
.1 \ck Reeves 
.1 vck Roberts 



The Pre-Law Association is an organization of those students in the Institute who are 
taking courses preparatory to entering law school and who are expecting at some time 
to enter the legal profession. It was organized in 1 ( )22 for reasons both social and " ol 
the law." with selfish and altruistic motives, that is. for benefit of the lawyers themselves 
and ol the life ol the Institute. Continued interest in the Association among our budding 
young lawyers and senators and also among the rest of us testifies eloquentlj as to its 
success in both fields and in both motives. 

At each meeting, some prominent local law\er is invited as speaker to acquaint the 
members both with members of the Houston Bar and with something of the practical 
side of the law. Several times during the year, the Pre-Laws entertain with banquets, 
iisiialK held at Ye Old College Inn. \nnuall\ a final banquet is given at the Houston 
(Jul). Perhaps the largest undertaking of the Association is the sponsoring of a dance 
every \ear. the date of which is bienniall) shared with the Pre-\led Society. Proceeds 
from this dance are usually donated to the library for the purchase of books pertinent 
to the subject of law. Finances of the club for regular expenses are obtained from pa\ - 
ment b\ the Open Forum in return for services of the members of the Pre-Law Associa- 
tion as ushers at the Open Forum meetings. 




LANCASTER 



GOODM \\ 



The Architectural Society 

Officers 

Paul Wolf President 

Llcile Lancaster Vice President 

Hazel Goodman Secretory 

Henry Edwards Treasurer 

The Architectural Society is an organization in which architects are eligible to membership alter 
having successfully completed one year of Architecture, at the end of which time, if elected to mem- 
bership, they are pledged to be made active members during their Junior. Senior, and Post Graduate 
years. 

Although the Architectural Society is social in nature, it accomplishes projects other than social. 
This year, its main interest was in raising the money for a traveling fellowship in architecture given 
annuall) to the most talented architect. The societ \ is ambitious to effect a more lively interest of 
Houstonians appreciative of art and architecture in the Department of Architecture and is constant- 
ly working toward this end. Quite frequently, Houston men, prominent in fields related to archi- 
tecture in some way, address the meetings of the society. 

The annual costume ball designed and executed by the Architectural Societ) is invariably one of 
the most colorful ol the season and is held in a setting decorated with rare beaut) and skill li\ the 
architects. In the spring, the members of the societ v celebrate l>\ entertaining with the annual picnic. 



Frank Azzarello 
Thomas Bacon 
Isabeli.e Hock 
Robroy Carroll 
John Cashman 
Robert Clemens 
Thomas Donald 
Tri man Doity 
Marion Dunlap 
Henry Edwards 
Card Elliott 



Dan Armstrong 
Nolan Barrick 
Peggy Castle 



Attire Members 

Hazel Goodman 
Risdon Gribble 

GR VII VM J yCKSON 

D. V. James 
Jack Knostman 
Abe Krantz 

LtCILE LvNCVSTER 

Richard Lilliott 
Robert Marshall 
Morrison Mattox 
Thompson McCleary 

Pledges 

George Fasulo 
John Gainey 
Ben Greenwood 



Dorothy McDonald 
Ron u.ii Morrison 
Thomas Misgrove 

\ l\l\C RE"i nolds 
Richard Shannon 
John Shurtleff 
James Thomas 
I. l WHENCE VlDRINE 

J ames Webster 
Talbot Wilson 
Pall Wolf 



Hugh Grove 
Ikw in Morris 
Robert Rick 



DEBATE CLUB 










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J. D. THOMAS 

FACULTY ADVISOR 



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The Writing ( !lu)i is an organization for the purpose of fostering in the students 
of the school any aspirations which the) might have toward creative writing. Any 
student becomes a member of the club upon the reading of an original manuscript. The 
meetings, which are held once a week, are conducted in an informal manner. Each 
young author reads his own manuscript and everyone is encouraged to comment and 
criticize on the material read, thus affording opportunities for the practice of literary 
criticism. This year three members have been at work, on novels while others have reg- 
ularly contributed poems, short stories and essays. Unfortunately, nothing was published 
by the Writing Club for 1933. 

The club has long been under the guiding hands of Dr. Axson and \lr. (ieorge Williams 

POO O 

of the English Department. 




PUBLICATIONS 





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M.M.I II- 



THE THRESHER 

Vlvin S. Moody, .In. 

The Thresher, the weeklj newspaper ol Rice Institute 
gathers ami prints all items of news interest about the 
Campus. In addition, it exchanges news with leading 
colleges and universities all over the country. This \ear 
the editorial section and the column treating of campus 
personalities (aptl\ entitled "The Gasser") especialK 
attracted the notice of the sharp-eyed campus. Work on 
the Thresher offers practicall) the onl) journalistic train- 
in" available at the Institute and so is, oi course, oi value 
in that field. 

-Ml issues are handled b\ the regular stall with the 
exception of special issues in the spring which are put 
out b\ the several classes beginning with the Senior (.lass 
and continuing lour weeks. The Co-eds have charge <>l 
the issue for the week following that of the Freshmen. 

Tiiom \s Gready, .Ik Editor-in-chief 

A. S. Moody . Jk Business Manager 

Joe Arthur Kocurek Managing Editor 

Edwin Mc< Ilanahan Assistant Business Manager 

The Staff 

Hazel Pack. Mildred O'l. i:\in tssociate Editors 

Pete Maniscalco Sports Editor 

\i.bkhtv Riesen \cirs Editor 

Katherine Horner, Harriet Malloy. . .Club Editors 

I'm i. Rogers, M vrtin Goi ld Engineering Editors 

Leslie TtivckEK. P\i line Lechengkr Society Editors 

Kenneth Phillips, Leon Mkesky Feature Editors 

Rollo Men eu Circulation 

lie/ toilers 

Sports: Evri B. Mendel. Jap Thrasher. 

News: Helen Bell. Evelyn Fink, Miriam Knodel, Wil- 
liam Pollard. Blanche Taylor, \. W. Ladner. 

Club reporters: Man 15. Hensley, Hazel Goodman. 
Margaret Soule. 




THE CAMPANILE 



Robert k. Bl wr 

Editorial Staff 

Robert K. Blair Editor-in-chief 

Gerald Richardson Assistant Editor 

Frederick Taylor Photographer 

Madeline Freeman Classes and Activities 

Halite Beth Talley Activities 

Peter M vmscxlco Sports 

Rith Loughridge Organizations 

Paul Blair Administration 

Helen Batte Dramatics 

Naomi Giton Typist 

Louise Rag an Assistant Typist 

Managerial Staff 

Jack H. Reeves Business Manager 

Joseph Aleo Assistant Business Manager 




Ragan 



Blair 




RlCllTEI! 



THE RICE OWL 

BOARD OF M \\ \GFRS 

Frank II. Ill rley Editor 

Fi.uott Flowers 4ssistant Editor 

I'm l Richter Business Manager 

Peter Maniscalco Asst. Bus. Vfgr. 

Hi tii Lot ghridge, Associate Editor 



Editorial Staff 

Mnl! II w \<>\ 

\\ iiitm-:^ Re \i>er 

Leota \l i;i er 



Bus 



« Staff 



I'.DW Mil) GoDUAKI) 

Jack Hanks 




I' J .i\\ I RS 




Mamm vlco 



I. ill CIIRIDCE 



^ ar> inji both its make-up and its content from 
editions of previous \ ears, the Onl was changed to 
keep in accord with the best magazines from other 
colleges. Ml special numbers were done a\\a\ with, 
and a standardized cover was used throughout the 
^ear. In order to make the magazine more timely, 
the interest was shifted to student and town activi- 
ties and stories and articles of thb nature were 
given preference over jokes. One page in each issue 
was reserved for sketches of prominent students. 
The following collegians were "spotlighted" in this 
section: \l Moody, Tom Driscoll, Ruth Lough- 
ridge, Virginia Vinson, Leota Meyer, Sue Sexton, 
l.indv Oreads. Mob Mlair. Roberta Woods. Pete 
Wolf. Fucile Lancaster. Henry Fdwards. Dan Web- 
ster, John Dore, Irma Fonville, Elliott Mowers. 
Pete Maniscalco, and Wilson Higginbotham. 




SALLYPORT 




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Freshman Antics — Trial by ice; little pal; every Friday is 

scrub dux; fisherman; more ice: "Spirit of the Dance."' 



. iny old shoe in a pinch. 

liillie Pearl in repose. 
Merely Freshmen co-eds- not <ii nil 
self-conscious. 

Slimess Bentley holds her men. 

Freshmen reuisterinu. 




\\ hoi the well-dressed Freshmen wear 
on parade. 

Sammy,- Sophs {with poddies) and 
Freshmen. 



Along the sidelines at an Intramural 
football game. 

,/«(•/.' Poiver, II alter Meek, Louis 
Kahle, Beverly Rudd. 

I ime out. 

Nagel, lluns. \ellie. and even the 
clean -up crew, be/ore the Texas 












ilitmni Issociation meeting in the 
Faculty Chamber. 

Stags aplenty at this dance. 




Beauty unaware (a broad statement'. 1 ') . 
H hen the hoys come marching home again. 
Find the hidden Jaees and win 81,000. 




Rudy Roos dud .h>hnn\ Tinnerello. 
Looking for Indians. Shirley.'' 

Training for the keyhole approach '? 

i mi (I l>c surprised how much those special trains hold. 

Buy a Kodak and preserve those happy moments. 
Slrozier. Hale. Mi Kinney these three. 



Marching on iggieland. 

I'm ilmi in your />//><' '""/ smoke it; 
lliicv Long announcing llucv 
I j>nn!" 

Dr. Lin ell confers degrees. 

Aw / 

Button up your trenchcoat. 




£** 



Smokey ami Bmtus ahum to tackle 
poor ball carrier. 

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II hat! $.05 for the lot? No! \Iakeit2}4 
and I'll take it. 

Please lirl/i the blind! I'm down tomy 

last ( hrvslcr. 
Jar 1 1 nli ii as advance agent for Emily 

Post. 

I little Inner, hms. homage to the 

l\ inn fish. 

\Ia\be vnii can tell ns what Powell is 

looking at. 
I wonder how I look when I m asleep? 













Autry House loungers; Miss Slimpin 
in profile this time. 

Paul-, //-. mid Madel-ine. 

Seen from the cross-bar during the 
Creighton game — a perfect place- 
ment l>\ the Driscoll Twins. 







Just another of those crouds. 

They were on the water wagon then. 

More football crowd, featuring Leota and Martha Ellen. 

Better watch out for grass buns. 

Just ask these fellows what they do to blow so hard. 

Bonfire tonight — special, roast Steer. 
P. E. students loafing — tsk, tsk. 




in; M \-i I'i.ii Beautiful girls in <m English garden sel- 
ling. Their royal highnesses, the king and queen, David 
Garrison and Martha Stewart, and same of the members oj 
their court. 



South I lew of Autry House. 
Don't shoot, Shof stall. 

Mrs. Blake. 

Dramatic Club ticket si'lli'is. (These 
Sallyport tables take lots of punish- 
ment, don't they!) 

Hazel Mae Graf. 

Looks like a real money-game. 

XIaltiza, the Panther II oman, el al. 

Dimples Moore. 




"Come, knit hands, and heat the 

ground. 

In a light fantastic round. "- Milton. 



Guess who. (//../., M.K., and E.L. 



I In- Profs' s Tower occupied this year 

l>\ three (or was it /our) instructors. 

II allien lends the way in preparing for 
the return of BEER. 

Much and Pasche — East I hill clois- 
ters. 

kibitzers. 





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W on't you step into my parlor, etc. 
tutry House pastime. 

Dr. Gaylord Johnson. 

Thanks, Dorothy, for a smile like that. 

Math, physics, math. 
Hihhler explains to De 1 oung. 




Step on n. sister; he s way ahead <>/ you. 
Rally Clubbers hawking tickets /or the doner. 

Doing n huh figuring [not unusual for them I. 
The chain gang? 

{rmstrong, drove. Harriet,. 

I double-bill (two II illiamses <<u<h.' Heh, heh). 



Sketching. 

Peggy Sonic and Jacqueline King. 
From the look on Jake's face that 
pilch must be a leaner. 



''''Professor'''' M allies. 
This is not taken from "Macbeth, 
let I, Scene I. 




II hat do von think': 

These three boys are students at The 
Rice Institute, Houston, Texas. 



0. IF. /-. S. Student Directories for 

sale. 
I lie bench. 

Lazy Lou, Pat Quinn, Smiling Smith. 

Coach Meagher <m<l Quarterback (lore 

intent on the game. 
Kellev Scott kicking, Pat II allace 

looking on. 

i 

I Stiulv 'at Freshman introduction). 
More Sallyport crowd. 





The Commons. (Hey, nailer, how 
about seconds on the cushy) 

II as willst du haben? 




Silly Snapshots No. 12345: I anghan studying. 
Horace Kehl and Co-op Manager Frank \\ allace. 

Grafton grins. 

These Architects don't look overworked, do they'.'' 

Mr. Chillman. 

Triangle. 




Mr. McCann in a characteristic mood. 

Sallyport Sallys. (Puzzle: II hich girl is a camera hound?) 

Onlookers ul lanihall practice. 
This gentleman looks familiar. 

II hich is most interesting, the game or the camera.'' 
II iilmui comment. 




Russians military lord. lady, peas- 
ant girl, swaggering soldier. 

(). II . L. S. pledges. 



Mr. Hardy , sbanquetfortheclassof32. 

Richards. 

) on see thai man over there? \\ ell . . . 
(buzz-buzz). 

The kitchen lineup. 

Bogey-man. 

Smile. 




) .11 .('. I. mock wedding at first of 

school mi Inlr\ I louse linen. 

Just school-day sweethearts hunting/or 

dirt in " The (, asset ' about others in 
the same boat. 
Miss I. one. 

The lonn anil short oj it. 

Situl\ in feminine facial expressions 



I 'mi of the between-class promenade. 
for the symptoms <>l the dreaded 
"G rat el -in -Shoe" observe the girl in 
the background. 




Doctors Merer and Lynch. 
) ell -I .coders and Sammy. 



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Yell-leader l" tll-risht-bunch-heep-heep , ' > ) George. 



Gold-diggers. 



■p-liecp 



"Pick me up." 

II hat! \<>i Pud Hammett and Lou Hassell! Quick, the smelling 

suits. 



Big Petty seems to be good at other things besides throwing the 

discus. 
\\ here cue the ducks'? 



JEAN SHAMBAUGH 



KATE ROSS PATTON 



MARY CAVITT 



MARY LOU MOORE 



LAURA WASHBURN 



SARAH ROTAN 




According to custom, 

..iily six <>r the twelve 
young ladies selected us 
beauties are presented in 
I In' \ anil > Fair Seel ion 
.il Hi. ( .in,. mil. The 

honorable inrnii.ni and 

lire IV;il urcil lis shown 



Selection Ibi honorable 
mention does nol al .ill 
impair the eligibility of 
these young ladies for 
election to the Vun'ttj 
Fair Section in follow- 
ing years. 






















VANITY FAIR 




MADELEINE CECILE WALTON 










W*Ktf7Wf: 




JENNIE V. SWEENEY 







FRANCES ALENE COLLIER 




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ELIZABETH NEATHERY 




MILDRED MALONE 




MELBA SLIMPIN 






































S P O RTS 



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THE COACHES 



.1 vck Mi. M.ni.H Head Football Coach 



.1 vmes Kitts- Head Basketball ('.ouch 

Freshman Football Coach 
I lead liuseball Coach 



V.. \\ . HjERTBERG- Head Track Coach 









M \K\i\ l)i rrenberger — Ass't Varsity Football Coach 

tss'l Freshman Football Coach 
Seoul 



l.ol Hkktknbkrgkr — Iss't I arsitv Football Coach 

{Line Coach) 
Scant 



John Polisky 4ssistant \ arsity Football Coach 
Scout 







FOOTBALL 





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The S(/ii<kI anil Coaches 




September 21 The Owls opened the season with a win over T.C.A. and I. 
on Rice Field before a large opening game crowd of 4000. Thrasher, l\ 

\\ allaee. and Scott scored touchdowns in the first half. The soon' was 20-0. 

October /•> The Owls could have beaten Lo\ola an\ wax thcx wished, 
hut decided to do it the hard wax. The) played under wraps most of the 
wax. (lapt. Driscoll and Hill Wallace scored touchdowns lor the ( h\ Is. The 
game ended 14 to 7, Rice, 

October l'° C.reighton plaxed a good game during the first hall, but the 
hoi weather and the Owl reserve strength wore them down in the second 
hall. I brasher scored three limes for the Owls, while Pat Wallace. Doc 
Metzler, and Mike I laic scored one apiece. The final score was 11-7. 



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( ! xi'i xi\ Tom I )riscoll 
Kki.ia Scott 
I ) \\ Rich xui>s<>\ 
John McCauley 




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Fancy work in the line by Bin John McCauley 



October 2 — Senator "Kinefish" Lone came to town and saw the Owls 
beat his L.S.U. Tigers 10-8. "Biff" Tones, former West Point mentor, is the 
present coaeli of the Tigers. 

The game was hard fought every inch of the way. with Big John \le< laulej 
doing the heav\ duty work, for the Owls and Hurt Yates disconcerting the 
Owls from time to time with his quick kicking. 

The Owls won the game in the last 3 minutes of |>la\ when Captain I )ri>- 
co]] hooted the hall between the goal posts. Up to that moment, the <)\\l> 
had been trailing the Tigers most of the way. The Owls decided to kick 
when tries at the line failed to put the ball across from the 3-vard line. 

A blocked punt which was covered for Rice b\ Rand} Strong on the 
L.S.L. 27-yard line led to the Owls' first and onl\ touchdown. \ pass. 
McCaulev to Clore. a pla\ seldom used b\ the Owls during the 1932 season, 
scored the touchdown lor them. Pud llammett replaced McCaulej and 
kicked the extra point as the spectators began rising from their scats and 
filing out of the stand-. 



Fay Lagow 
Lee Hammett 
Garland Hinman 
Pat W allace 




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Thrasher on a rieht-end run: Vlickelson and Ijiu<h< on the eround 



October 8 Sixteen thousand fans turned up at Fair Park Stadium in Dal- 
las in watch the Owls tronip the Mustangs lor the first time in 12 years, 
L3-0, after Raj Morrison had assured the Dallasites that his team would 
have little trouhle with the Birds from Houston. 



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The ( )w Is first score came alter a (>7-vanl drive down the held, which 
featured the work of Kill Wallace. \ook\ Nicholson, and John McCaule) 
in the ball carrying department. Wallace skirted the Pony right e.id for 
13 \ards and a touchdown. Not an opponent's hand was laid on him as he 
galloped lor the goal line. 

The second touchdown resulted from a 50-yard drive through Mustang 
territory. Captain Driscoll, McCauley, and Bill Wallace were instrumental 
in carrying the hall goalward. Wallace again circled the Mustang rijiht end 
for the touchdown. Captain Driscoll kicked the final point of the game. 

( )dis Harris, Ox Hinman, and Fred Lauterbach wire outstanding in th<' 
line, while Tom Driscoll played an inspired defensive game al lull hack. 



Gordon Nicholson 
Albert Dickey 

.1 VMES McKlNNON 

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October 22 — More than 20.000 people, the largest crowd ever to see a 
Rice game, packed Rice Field to overflowing to watch a lighting Owl team 
cq down to defeat before a heav\. determined Longhorn eleven. 18-0. 

Paced bv Bobn llilliard. a brilliant sophomore find, the Steers scored a 
touchdown earlv in the first quarter when Milliard lugged the ball over the 
Owls" goal line. Ko\. bruising Texas fullback, went over lor the second 
counter in the second quarter. V 50-yard pass. Kov to Milliard, in the third 
quarter accounted for the final Steer score. 

The Owls" onl\ touchdown came in the third quarter after McCaule) 
and \\ allace had carried the ball to the Texas 11-vard line where it was first 
down. Nicholson hit center for a yard. McCauley picked up three more 
vards off tackle, and then Nicholson shook off six would-be Longhorn tack- 
lers on a reverse play over the Texas right guard for the touchdown. Both 
teams went scoreless in the final quarter. 

The Owls reallv lost the game in the second quarter when. Iargel\ through 
the efforts of big John \lcCaule\ who ripped the Texas line time after time 
for consecutive gains, they carried the hall to the 5-yard line. Thej lost 
10 vards on a fumble and a crawling penalty in two successive downs and 
finally lost the ball to the Steers on the 12-yard line. 



Herman Conklin 
Fred Lai terbach 
Harold Mickelson 
Dick Lat terbach 












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S<«// starting; Mickelson and ('.lore interfering; I Unman. Lagow, 
and Tom Driscoll: I. .S.I . name 



November 5 In FaNcttevillc. a howling home-coming crowd, a steady 
drizzle, and a fighting Hog team aearl) upset the Owls. Rice managed to 
win. 12-7. in the la>t lew minutes of play. Thrasher flipped a 35-yard pass 
to \. Driscoll and carried the hall most of the remaining 30 \ards for the 
winning touchdown. McCaulej galloped 30 yards through center, and Kill 
Wallace reeled oil 30 vards over lelt guard lor Rice s lirst counter. 

Thrasher was Rice's greatest ground gainer, Nicholson pla\ed well at 
fullback, and Lagow starred in the line. 

\ovember 26 — Because the sterling defense of ('apt. Tom Driscoll made 
the Baylor offense impotent and his blocking rendered their offense in- 
effective, the Owls disposed of the Bears easily. 12-0. on Rice Field. Mc- 
Caulej and I'. Wallace scored the touchdowns. Bill Wallace. Harris. Thrash- 
er, and Richardson also played well lor the < >w l>. 



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November 11 — Too mam fumbles and too mam dropped passes cost the 
( K\ Is their game with the Aggies on Kvle Field on Armistice Dav. Apparently 
determined to play their worst game of the season, the Owls put on a sorry 
exhibition of football. 

The Owls finally scored their lone touchdown of the game late in the last 
quarter. Bill \\ allaee dashed 63 \ ards for a touchdown. The Owl score came 
immediately after the Aggies" second touchdown of the game. W allaee 's rim 
was the first plav alter \ ic Driseoll took, the kick-off on his own 31 -yard line 
and ran six yards before being downed. 

Shortly afterwards, a long pass yvas completed from \lc( laule) to \\ allaee. 
who galloped oyer the goal line. Officials ruled Wallace had stepped out <>t 
hounds in catching the ball and ruled the pass incomplete. 

Pud llammett. the Ranger sheriff, and Jap Thrasher did most of the 
ball carrying for the Owls. DeWitt Knight and Dan Richardson showed 
up well at ends. Captain Driseoll sustained a broken rib in the game. 

The Aggie touchdowns came in the second and fourth quarters. The final 
score yvas Rice 7. \. and M. II. 

Percy Burk 
William Wallace 
William Sadler 
Randolph Strong 







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The I'liiv on which Oliver. T.C. I '.. ( Carrying the Ball) Had His Jaw Broken 



Vovember 19 

A strong Horned Frog eleven with a line that had gained the reputation 
of being the strongest in the Conference had to resort to an aerial game to 
down a scrapping Owl crew on Rice Field. 16-6. 

McKinnon scored the Owls' onlj touchdown on a pass from McCaule\ 
alter McCauley, Hill Wallace, and Capt Tom Driscoll had alternated in 
carrying the hall 77 yards down the field in the third quarter to make the 
score 10-6. The\ lost their one chance to win late in the fourth quarter 
when Langdon of T. ('.. L . intercepted llammett's pass in the flat zone and 
galloped oyer the goal line. 

The Frogs scored their first touchdown on a 20 yard pass from Dennis to 
Oliver in the first few minutes of pla\. Dennis kicked the extra point. An 
Owl fumble on their own 11 yard line late in the first quarter paved the way 
for Tiner's field goal. 

The Owls put up a determined light all the way and tackled so fiercely 
that four T. ( 1. I . all-Conference players were relegated to the sidelines, 
three lor the remainder of the game. 

(Captain Tom Driscoll was the individual star of the game, tackling 
fiercely and surely all the wax. Fagow. I Human. Fred Fautcrbach. Hurk. 
and Dicke) were largely instrumental in whipping the elephantine Horned 
I' Yog line. Strong and McKinnon plaved their best game of the season at 
ends. 

Robert Meyer 
Erm i\ 1 1 V.NDER 
Odis 1 1 VRRIS 

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BASKETBALL 








A. AM) M. SKRIKS 

1 1 !«• ( >w Is got oil t<> a disastrous start in their opening engagement <>l the 
L933 season on Januarj 7. Taking on the howling cadets in the Vg<:ies" 
gym at College Station, the Rice team was smothered 36-18. Once the 
smooth-working Farmer offensive started clicking amid the ear-splitting 
cheers of the Aggie student bod) . there \\ as no douht of the outcome. 

The liest the ( )wls were a hie to do when the Aggies came to I [ouston was 
to shave ten points from the Aggie score. The final count in a game re- 
plete with missed baskets was 2(>-l8. The game was i>la\ed on lehniar\ I I. 



15 U I OR SKKIKS 

The Owls took the defending champions into camp in Houston. 45-28 on 
Januarj I 1. The work of Snider and Journea) was outstanding. 

Waco was the site of the Owls onl\ other victor) ol the season. The Rice 
team saved itsell Irom a cellar berth h\ a rousing 39-35 win in an extra- 
time game. 



Captain Melton (Bubba) Koch 

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1 1 \liol, I) Johnson 
II \um Joi RNEA'V 




T. C. U. SERIES 

Concluding a disastrous four-game road trip in Fort Worth, the Owls 
dropped a desultor\ 10-23 verdict to the Horned Frogs. Simmer was the 
his; sun in the T. C. L . offensive in the win over the travel-weary Owls. 

The Owls played a much better game against the Horned Frogs in Hous- 
ton on February 25 and came verv near upsetting the vaunted Christians. 
The final count was 37-34 in favor of the Frogs. The expert shooting of 
Snider and Journeay gave the Owls a 20-10 lead at the half, hut the kitt>- 
men were unable to hold it. 



TEXAS SERIES 

The Owls dropped their iirst game with the title-winning Longhorns in 
Houston by a 33-24 score in the last live minutes of play. The kinsmen 
led by Journeax and Snider, and protected by the careful guarding of Cap- 
tain Koch and Dixon, had matched the Steers point for point up until that 
time. 

Longhorns made a celebration of their second game with the Owls in 
Gregorv Gym in Austin, smothering the Rice team 59-31 on Februar\ 22. 
Grav starred for the winners. 



Norman Snider 
James McCullough 
Albert Metzler 
Thomas Bri mmett 





\KK \\S\S SERIES 

Weakness in tin- Gree-thrcw department, in which the\ made good hut 
12 of 27 donation tosses, cost the Owls their lirst name against the Arkansas 
Razorbacks in Favettevillc on Januarv 20. Tin- < >w Is lost 3(>-32. 

Next day, the Razorbacks began clicking ami overcame the Kittsmen 
33-23. Except lor occasional long-shots In Sadler and Dixon, the Hogs 
airtight defense kept the Owls well in hand. 

S. M. U. SERIES 

Man) Rice partisans believe to this da\ that the Owls were robbed of 
their lirst game with the Mustangs in Dallas on January 23. The Rice team 
lo>t the decision when the l\>n\ student manager, who acted as official 
scorer, claimed a one-point victor) for the Mustangs. 34-33, despite the 
protests ol newspaper men that the score was tied at 33 all. 

The Mustangs scored lonr points in an over-time period to win over the 
Owls in Houston on Februarj 28. the final game of the season. The final 
-core was 26-24. Johnson was outstanding for the Owls. 




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I lard luck ignored the posted signs tacked about the Owl domain and 
proceeded to hunt the Minis out of their place of security and shoot them 
down without mercy. Before the remorseless huntsman hegan to dog their 
even move, the Owls were reasonably sure of easy sailing to the conference 
track title. 

The unwelcome huntsman took a liking to the Owls at the triangular 
meet in Austin between the Owls, the Aggies and the Steers. In that meet. 

SB 

Ka\ Harbour was spiked too severel) to take part in the conference meet 
the following week. 

In the preliminaries of the conference meet in Houston. \\ endel I ,e\ failed 
to craalif) in the low hurdles, in which he was considered a cinch to place. 
The grandstands thought that l,e\ had heat out \lc\e\ of \. and \I. for 
third and raised an unavailing wail at the officials' decision. Jamerson failed 
to qualif) in the 220-yard dash. 

The Owls thought the) had eluded their persecutor when next da) the) 
eked out a I In point lead over the Longhorns to win the meet. i9}4 to 
111 I .5: I > 1 1 1 Id pni the finishing touches to the whole disappointing affair, 
conference authorities earl) in December disqualified one of the Rice dis- 
tance men and awarded the conference title to the Steers. 



Captaiin I )i< k Baldrk 

I J)W Mil) I lotl.ow \1 

Rich \ki> .1 vmerson 
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Come on, If endy! 




OWLS NOSE OUT THE AGGIES 

Ipril 9 — Taking first place in the pole vault and in the javelin, and second 
in the broad jump to take scoring; honors with 13 points. Captain Dick 
Baldrv led his Owls to a f>3 1 3 to 5tt ' . \ ictor\ over the Aggies at College 
Station. Ed Ilollowav took second place scoring honors with LO points. 
ha\ ing annexed both the short dashes. The team of I lolluwa\ . Dixon. ( ioffee. 
and Jamerson won the 440-yard tela) for Rice. Ley won the high hurdles 
and took second in the lows. Harbour won the half-mile. Burk took (irst in 
the shot put. and Aucoin won the high jump. Jamerson took second in the 
440-yard dash and 1 1 it: t tied for second in the high jump. 



K \\S\S RELAYS 

Ipril 23 — In the Kansas Relays, the Owls placed second in the quarter- 
mile relav and finished third in the medley relay and in the shot put. \ 
heave of a little over 46 feet gave Peres Burk third in the shot put. < lapt. 
Dick Baldrv tied with 7 others for fourth in the pole vault. 



Gene Chambers 
Ray Harbour 
Percy Burk 
Laurence Rogers 




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Baldry is over with a fool to spare 



OWLS LOSE TO TEXAS 70-52 

Ipril 30 — Kd Hollowa) 's I 1 '4 points lor scoring honors were not enough 
to give the Owls a victory over the Longhorns, since his team mates failed 
to place in live events. Hollowa) again took hoth the short dashes and was 
anchor man on the victorious quarter mile relax team of Driscoll, Coffee, 
Jamerson. and Hollowav. Lev won first and second in the high and low 
hurdles, respectively. Baldr) took first in the pole vault and second in the 
javelin. Burk won the shot put and Male copped the broad jump. Jackson 
and llitt tied lor lirst in the high jump, while Chambers finished second in 
the 140-vard dash. 



TRIANGLE MEET AT AUSTIN 

May 6 The ( >w Is came out second best in a triangular meet with the 
Longhorns and Aggies in Austin. Hollowav won the 100-yard dash in 9.8. 
Tom Driscoll and Coffee came in third and fourth, respeetivelv. in that 
event. Driscoll also came in third in the 220-yard dash, which Hollowa) won. 
With Jamerson and Chambers. the\ were members of the Rice 440-yard 
rela\ team, which finished lirst in that event. Jamerson finished fourth in 
the 440-yard dash, and Schulzc finished in the same position in the half mile. 
I.e\ won the L20-yard high hurdles and came in second in the 220-yard low 
hurdles in which Bourne came in fourth. 



Fred Lauterbach 
•\ntiion\ \i coin 

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Ben J vckson 











Disputed 100-yard dash finish at Conference Meet: Holloway first 



Irwin of the Aggies heaved the shot two feet farther than the conference 
record, or 50 feet 1 inch, to heat out Burk for first place. Captain Baldr\ 
won the pole vault and the javelin. Lauterhach finished fourth in the latter 
event. Merka of the Aggies and Aueoin and Hitt of the Owls tied for first 
in the high jump at six feet. Hale had little difficulty in copping the broad 
jump with a spring of 24 feet 7 inches. 

The Owls came in second best in the mile relav. 

The final scores were Texas 66 1 1. Rice 60 2 3. and A. and \1. 44 5 0. 



RICE-T.C.U. MEET 

This meet, on Saturdav. \pril 2. was won bv Rice. 75-50. kellv Scott. 
T. Driscoll. Ed. Holloway, and Dick Jamerson ran the 440-\ard relav in 
42.4 to win. Red ( (liver beat Hollowav in both dashes. b\ about inches in 
the 220-vard. and b\ about a van! in the 100-yard, the time for the 100 
being 0.8. Captain Dick Baldrv took high point honors with 10. He took 
first in the javelin throw and in the pole vault and second in the shot put 
and broad jump. 

The mile relay team of Schulze. May, Rogers, and Jamerson took first. 
Burk won the shot put with a heave of 47 feet. II 1 2 inches. 

Jamerson won the 440-vard dash: Lev placed second in the 120-\ard high 
hurdles; llarbordt and Rogers took honors in the 8H0-\ard run; and \\ aring 
won the mile run. 

Bob Schtlze 
John Coffee 
Tom Dkiscoll 
Lee May 







tncoin: Conference champion 



Holloway anil Oliver in a 
close finish 



CONFERENCE MEET 

Mav II hi what was probabh the most thrilling track meet ever held 
in the Southwest Conference, the Owls nosed out the Longhorns Lv 1 1 6 
points for the title. The scon- at that time was Rice 49's, Texas 48 1/3. In 
December, a man who finished second for Rice in the two-mile was ruled in- 
eligible and Texas was given the title, the score becoming Texas 48 1 3, Rice 
If)' j. 

Six new records were set during the meet, the ( )w Is copping three ol them. 
Captain Baldrj set a new record of 13 feet 2'y inches in the pole vault. 
Mike Hale jumped 21 feel 9^ for a new record in the broad jump, and the 
Rice rela\ team of Driscoll, Coffee, Jamerson, and Hollowa) ran the 440 
in 12 seconds, beating their previous record. ( !<>\ and Schiller of Texas set 
new records in the 140-\ ard dasli and the hall-mile, respectively. Casper 
ol 1.(1.1 . set a new low hurdles record. 

llollowa\ was hi^li point man of the meet with 12 points, winning the 
-In »rt dashes besides being a member of relav teams that finished first and 
second, respectively. Burk tied with Spraguc ol S.M.I . for the shot put. 
and \ueoin won the high jump. 



CROSS-COUNT in 

The Cross-countr) team of 1932, composed of Waring. Storey, Luckel, 
Crawford, and Sini>. did not fare so well, failing to place in the conference 
match and winning none of their dual matches. 



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Wendell Ley 

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BASEBALL, 1932 

In his second and final vear as baseball coach at Rice. Johnm \iemic 
came within one game of winning the conference baseball title. The final 
outcome of the race depended upon the last game of the season between 
the Aggies and the Longhorns, which the latter won. Had the Aggies won, 
the Owls would have taken possession of the title. Chester "Smokey" 
Klaerner was b\ far the most important factor in the success of the Owls in 
the 1932 campaign. His feat of winning eight out of ten games placed him 
on the \ll- \nierican baseball nine. 



T. C. U. SERIES 

Turning back "Slim*" Kin/A. Horned Frog ace. 3 to I in Houston. 
"Smokey" Klaerner started off the l°-32 conference race in grand st\le. 
Sensational catches bv Ken Lee and Ralph Jones, and two-base hits by 
Jones and "Buhha" Koch featured the pla\ of the Owls. In Fort Worth 
lor the second game of the series, koch blasted out a triple and kcll\ Scott 
and "Pud" llammett collected a pair of bits each to boost Klaerner to his 
second win over kinzv and the Frogs. 10 to 3. 



< lOACH John Nikmk: 
Captain Nelson Russell 
Chester Klaerner 
Dan Richardson 




Kelly $("tt at third 



Erich sliding, 



TEXAS SERIES 

In a thirteen-inning thriller that gave the Owls a 3 to 2 victor) <>n their 
own field. Klaerner broke the Longhom jinx lor a day. Next dav Frank 
Terrannellas change of pace baffled the Steers, but he and his mates hooted 
the ball all over the lot to allow the Longhorns to overhaul them and win 
4 to 3. An umpire's poor decision at home plate cost Klaerner and his mates 
their first game in Austin against the Steers. The Longhorns took the game 
3 to 2 in 11 innings. On the day following, the Steer swatsmiths blasted 
\ irgil Dixon lrom the mound in four innings to win 10 to 3. Tcrranella 
pitched steady ball tor the remaining five innings. 



BAYLOR SEK1FS 

On April 7 in Houston against the Bears, Klaerner chalked up the first 
of his two no-hit. no-run victories of the season, the Owls taking the con- 
test 4-0. In \\ aco. the Owls went on an error spree and donated the second 
game of the series to the Bears 8 to 7. 



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Kelly Scott 
Lee II wivikti 
Frank Terranelh 







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\. and M. SERIES 

Smoke) Mariner hung up his fourth straight win <>f the season when 
the Wiiies came to Houston on \nril 15. He bested ""Hii";< r a"" Moon. \<rjric 

I Co oo 

are. 1 to 3. In tlie second game here, a sensational eateh of llenr\ Kneks 
liner ni[i|ie<l (he ( )\% Is" ninth-inning rally, and the Aggies heat Terranella 
I to 2. \t Kyle Field. Klaerner plastered two defeats on the Aggies in two 
da\ s. The ( )\\ Is \s on the panics .'? to 1 and ') to 2. 



S.M.U. SERIES 

Despite the nine errors of his mates. Terranella pitched the Owls to a 
() to 5 win over the Mustangs in Dallas, his home town. In Houston Smoke) 
klaerner turned hack the Ponies 4 to to plaster up his second no-hit. no- 
run win to close the season lor the ( )\\ Is. 



Kenneth Lek 
Ralph Jones 
Mei.ton Kooh 




OTHER SPORTS 






\emir McCarthy 



GOLF 

Six men carried the Blue and (ira\ up one more rung in the ladder toward 
regaining the Southwest Conference golf championship, which the Owls 
were forced to relinquish to the Mustangs in 1931. Captain Reuben Al- 
baugh played position Number I for the Owls: Jack dole, position number 
2: Mill Barton, position number 3; and Bob Morcom. Ralph Nemir, and 
George McCarthy alternated at the fourth position for the Owls. 

In the conference meet at Vustin on \la\ 11 and 12. 1932. the Owls came 
out third, coming within 3 points of tying with Southern Methodist for 
second place. In the year previous, the best the Owls were able to manage 
was fourth place. Texas won the team championship with an aggregate low 
of 309, Southern Methodist had a score of 31 ( h and the Owls came in with 
322. Dennis Lavender won the singles championship for the Mustangs. 

Ml six of Bice's golfers made the trip to \ustin. McCarthy and Nemir 
paying their own way. Mbaugh. Cole, and Barton reached the quarter 
finals. Barton tied with Dick Gregg of Texas and O'llara \\ atts of Southern 
Methodist for medalist honors. 

The ( >w Is won two of their three dual meets with conference foes. The) 
won from \.and\l. 5 matches to I: and the\ beat Southern Methodist 
1 matches to 2. The) lost to Texas 5 to I. George McCarthy was Rice's 
number 1 man in the V. and M. meet; Boh Morcom was number I in the 
S.M.I . meet and Ralph Nemir played that position in the Texas meet. 

Captain Reuben \i.bu<;h 
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.1 w:k Cole 
Robert Morcom 



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Carter. Hess. Connelley, Holden 



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TENNIS, 1932 

Southwest Conference Tennis champions at last! After many years of 
disappointment, the Owls came through with the singles championship and 
verv nearlv copped the doubles title as well. Captain .lake Hess defeated 
Karl kamrath, Texas ace. to gain the singles crown. 

But for Williams' of Texas return of a match-point kill bv Jake Hess, the 
( )\vls would at this moment be holding the 1932 doubles championship. The 
return caught Hess and llenrx Holden flat footed, and the Longhorns suc- 
ceeded in winning that set and the one following to win the doubles cham- 
pionship. 

The Owl team, composed of Captain Hess. Holder). Ouin (loimelle\. and 
\X inthrop Carter, swept through all five of their dual meets with conference 
teams to claim the unofficial team championship of the conference. They 
manhandled S.V1.L. and T.C.U. 6-0. dropped one match to Bavlor and 
one to A. & \1. and defeated Texas 4-2. 





Although Hess is no longer eligible to plaj on the Rice team because of 
his graduation, he returned to school in the fall of 1932 and was on hand 
this season to give the Owls the advantage of the knowledge he gained 
bv years on the courts. 



Captain Jake Hess 
Henry Holden 
QutNN Connelley 
Winthrop Carter 





Hand- irchitects Game 



INTRWIl K\L FOOIBWd. 



The annual grudge battle between the Rally ( Hub and the Rand, which has grown to be a tradi- 
tion on the campus, was extended into a four-team, round robin series. The other two competing 
football teams were the Architects and the Outlaws, the latter being an independent group recruited 
mostlv from the academic students. The Rallv Club finished second in the series, which was won 
li\ the Outlaws, and the Architects finished third, while the Band was relegated to the cellar. 

Joe Lagow and Clem Stonecipher coached the championship Outlaw aggregation, while Bob 
Mver was in charge of the Rallv Club team. John Coffee was the head man on the Architect coach- 
ing staff. Lou Hassel and Jim McKirmon were the Rand mentors. 

In the first contest, the Outlaws smacked the Rail) (Huh 12-6. Trvon Robinson pushed over the 
Outlaws" first touchdown on two line plunges after a pass. Ford to Kocurek. had carried the ball 
aboul 20 vards to the 8-vard line. With a brilliant run through a broken field, featured by sensational 
cut-backs and reverses which carried him through the entire Rallv Club team. Katon accounted 
for the Outlaws" second touchdown, after receiving a Rallv Club punt. Gussie McCants took a 
30-yard pass from Frank (Dopey) Wallace and cantered 20 yards through an open field for the 
Rallv Club's lone marker. 

The battle between the Architects and the Band ended in a 6-6 tie. Steen carried the ball 35 vards 
through the entire Architect team to account for the Baud's only score. Neal Johnson plunged the 
hall over from the 8-yard line to (balk up the Architects' six points and tie the score. The game 
between the Architects and the Rally Club and the one between the Outlaws and the Band both 
ended in scoreless ties. 

Wallace spun through the Band team for five touchdowns to account for the Rally Club's 30-0 
victory over their archrivals in the final game of the series. In scoring his sensational victory for 
the RalK Club. Wallace put them up another rung in the ladder toward the eventual possession 
of the trophv awarded bv Joe Kagle. a former member of the Rand. The Rally Club so far has won 
two of the three games plaved against the Rand. Another win will give them the trophy. The Archi- 
tect- and the Outlaws called off their final game. 




Basketball Squad and Coach Ehlert 



KvnmvN Pearson 



GIRLS' SPORTS 

Basketball — The Rice girls" basketball team enjoyed a most successful season, being 
crowned undefeated champions of the Y.W.C.A. Church League. 

In winning this tournament, the Owlettes trounced the First Baptists 45-22 and 28-18. 
Woodland Baptists 45-19 and 38-20. and Milbx Memorial 35-20 and 43-0. Captain 
Madelene Simons. Lalla Lee Ehlert. and "Mimi" knodcl furnished the scoring power 
for the co-eds, while Emmie Craddock. Corinne Hall. Svbilla Stillman. and Kathr\n 
Balcke starred at guard. 

The Rice sextet also played Houston Junior College, splitting a two-game series. Rice 
dropped a practice game to Houston Tennis Club, and then journeyed to Bay Cit\ 
where they were defeated by the high school team of that city 35-18. 

The co-eds were fortunate in securing as coach Mrs. Mavis Ehlert. formerly connected 
with the Dallas Athletic Association, who developed a winning basketball team. Others 
playing line ball for Rice were Elizabeth Johnston. Blanche Taylor, Christine Atkinson, 
and Mildred Ellis. 

Tennis — Tennis is one of the most popular girls" sports at Rice. The Tennis Club is a 
large, energetic organization whose officers are Kathrvn Pearson, president; (Catherine 
llornor, vice president: Iris Bellows, treasurer: Christine Atkinson, secretary. 

The outstanding player is kathr\n Pearson, who in the summer and fall of 1032 won 
in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles matches in the A.A.U. tournament; singles and 
doubles in the Rice tournament; singles, doubles, and mixed doubles in the city matches; 
singles in State girls tournament: and runner-up in State women's tournament. Miss 
Pearson is ranked No. 9 in singles by the U.S.L.T.A. and No. 5 in doubles. Miss Pearson 
is considered one of the finest players in the South and was invited to play in the tour- 
nament at New Orleans in March. 1933, against such competition as Ruby Bishop, 
Bonnie Miller. Frances Herron and Jane Sharp. She also plays this year in the River 
Oaks invitation. A.A.L., Houston, and Rice Institute tournaments. 

Gladys Schill (graduate), three times citv and Rice champion, Helen Allnoch, and 
Lois Dawson are other members of the Tennis Club who have been and are outstanding 
players. 




The Squad 

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 

This year's freshman squad was notable for two things. It was the first Slime squad in the recent 
histor\ of the Institute to go through its three-game schedule without a single defeat to mar its 
record, and it was the smallest first year football squad in the memory of recent graduates, boasting 
only 11 regulars. 

The team was coached by Jimmy kitts. a newcomer at Rice, who had made a record for himself 
a- football and basketball coach at Athens High school, and Bert Mueller and Scotty Sawyer, former 
varsity gridders. 

Marshall Junior College was the first victim, the Slimes downing "Susie" IlammeFs outfit 10-7. 
Witt. Brandon, and Hughes starred in the backfield. while Sylvester and Williams were the main- 
stays in the line. 

The second victim was none other than llarrv Falkners famed Terrill Prep eleven, which had 
never previously suffered defeat at the hands of an Owlet aggregation. The Slimes smeared the Dal- 
lasites decisively. 26 to 0. Witt, 200-pound fullback, starred in the backfield. ripping the Terrill line 
to shreds and scoring two touchdowns. Sylvester was outstanding in the line, kicking two extra 
points and recovering two Terrill tumbles besides playing a whale of a game at end. Others who 
showed up well were Young. Sawtelle. Maes. Hanks, anil Atkins. 

Their final \iclor\ was over the strong Texas Military College of San Antonio, on Thanksgiving 
Dav. bv a score of 20-6, featuring off-tackle drives by \tkins and \\ ill. 




// ill carrying, the Ixill 





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2 



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"''■■ i'" 



Robert Granville Jones, alias "Gran- 
ville," alias "The Dean," alias; 
"Smiling Boh. " 




John T. Smith, alias 
"Bursar." alias "John- 
nie the Weasel. " 



j--.^' 



Edgab Odell Johnson, alias "Eddie," alias 
"Third-story Eddie." 



WANTED 



for 



KIDNAPPING. MUTILATING, MAIMING, DESTROYING. AND 



OTIIEKW ISE DOING \\\ U \\ ITU 



THE RACK 



The three desperate characters pictured above are fugitives from justice and 
compose the nucleus of a gang which has perpetrated a series of heinous crimes in 
the vicinity of the 6800 block of South Main Boulevard. Houston. The most dread- 
ful of this gang's recent deeds is their cruel treatment of THE RACK, and a reward 
of S. 1.000 has been posted for information leading to their arrest and conviction. 

The public is warned that these men are no ordinary criminals; they are cunning, 
shrewd, desperate, and will stop at nothing. (That is. in grading. Zero is as low as 
they go. — Editor's Note) But poor RACK has been done awa\ with. Shall such a 
crime go unpunished? 



( See Other Side ) 



Not since college seniors were 
in "first grade" have 

HART SCHAFFNER cS: MARX 

put so much in clothes and 
sold them for so little 

LANDERS KING & SMITH 

The Home of Hart Schqffner t\: Marx 
L016 Texas \\e. Sterling Building 





The Chamber of Commerce 



Salutes Rice Institute 



and pledges its support in <'\<t\ move. 

incut looking to the advancement 

ol Houston 



Requests for information from Rice 
Students welcome 



JL h e red. white, and blue Humble sign is a 
symbol of quality products and service that is 
complete to the last detail. Whatever \our auto- 
mobile requires — and its requirements are va- 
ried — there is a Humble product to supply its 
needs. Trained Humble men will gladly give you 
the benefit of their knowledge and experience. 
Service is prompt and courteous. 



Service \ our 
Car With 



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Get the Best 
No Extra Cost 



FORE 



SIGHT 



As you, in consultation with your parents and friends, 
planned your college career, so would we, as bankers 
and friends, be happy to have you plan with us your 
business and financial career 



SECOND NATIONAL BANK 

HOUSTON 



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* Here are "Headquarters" Hotels in each of their respective communities. Each 

representing excellent accommodations and offering the finest 

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Syracuse China Used at 
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the most comprehensive line of China 
manufactured. The most distinctive, 
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for 

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The largest display «/ Dinnerware in the Southwest, including 
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Corner Walnut and Conti 



To the 

1933 GRADUATES 



It is with great pleasure that we extend our best 
wishes for success in your business or profession- 
al undertaking. 

The progress of the nation — the betterment of 
living rests upon the shoulders of the young men 
of today. By your education and training you 
have equipped yourself with the ability to ac- 
complish your task. The opportunities are await- 
ing. Initiative, aggressiveness and work will 
result in the accomplishments expected of \<>u. 



The 

NATIONAL 

BANK of COMMERCE 

'•The Hauli of Courtesy" 

Capital, s 1 .000.000.00 Surplus. S2.000.000.00 

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•We Treat Your Clothes White" 

B IT RK HART'S 

Laundry • Cleaning • Dyeing 




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Esperson Building 



INSIK WCE 



I5()M)S 



^akowitzjjro^. 

ON MAIN AT RUSK 
HOUSTON 



How Should a \ oung Fellow Dress 

Those First Few Years offer he 

is Out of College? 



So much hunk has been laboriously concocted and 
solemnly handed out on the subject of what constitutes 
good taste in dress that it is small wonder that the 
average man is no more fashion-conscious than lie is. 
"Whal the well dressed man will wear" lias become 
almost as standard a subject for jokes as the thrift of 
Scotsmen and the disagreeability of one's mother-in- 
law. Thai, we lake it, is a natural consequence of the 
pinheaded type of fashion guidance that always ex- 
pressed i I sell' in terms of "you inusl n't. wear this after 
such an hour" and "you mustn't wear this with this 
under any circumstances a I any hour a I all." The 
average Vraerican male has too much inherent horse 
sense to be bothered very much by a lot of rules that 
nobody but a ^i^olo could possibly find either time or 
inclination to observe. At Sakowitz Bros, you will Qnd 
sensible styles presented in a sensible manner. 



F. W. GRIFFIN 



Great Southern Life Insurance Co. 



Andrews. Streetman, 
LOGI E t\ MOBLEY 

tttorneys ui Law 

<;uli Building 
I loiislon. 'Texas 



He Tests Every Product 



made 
by 

GULF 




THE man in the picture is a skilled refin- 
ery technologist. He may be a graduate 
of Rice — Georgia Tech — Carnegie Tech — or 
any one of the leading engineering schools of 
the country. As a technician he is one of a 
corps of men who must pass on every prod- 
uct made by the Gulf Refining Company. 

Because of this rigid control. Gulf 
products are uniformly of the high- 
est quality. The three fine Gulf Gas- 
olines — the three fine Gulf Motor 
Oils— Gulf Furnace Oil— Gulf Fuel 




Oil- -Gulf Specialties, ranging from Gulf 
penetrating < )il to Gulf Venom — all meet 
specifications far be\ond those required. 

Students and laeultx members of the Mine 
and Grav max he especially interested in 
Gulfpride Motor Oil. refined by the exclu- 
sive Alchlor Process, which has established 

17 world's records on land. sea. and 

in the air. 

So. just as you cheer "Y - E - A. 

Rice!" you may shout ""\ - E - A, 

Gulf!" Both represent high ideals. 



GULF REFINING COMPANY 



This space is Dedicated by a Friend of 

FAITH H M E 

to remind \<>u that this institution is one that is deserving of \our foremost 

thoughts lor its welfare, your undivided loyalty towards its support, and your 

unending aid towards its upkeep. 



The 

UNION NATIONAL BANK 

of 
HOUSTON, TEXAS 



In appreciation for the patronage of Rice students 
durinii the past year 

Texas Photo Supply Co. 

L019 Main Street 
Phone Fairfax 8124 Night Phone Lehigh 5391 



SOUTHWESTERN LIFE 



Home ( )ffice 
DALLAS. TEXAS 

T. \Y. VARDELL, President 



Houston ( MEce 



Oull liiiiMini: 



To the 1933 Graduating Class 



\ ou are entering upon a business career at a 
most auspicious time. ^ ou -vv ill be called upon to 
give Your best to reach success. Your training 
has equipped \ou well for this task, use it intel- 
ligently, aggressively, and sincerely and your 

D J 7 DC 

chosen career will reward you well. 



R. B. Creager, Receiver 

Houston Gas and Fuel Company 



416 Main St. 



Cap. 5111 







Our Motto 


SER] ICE and DEPENDABILITY 


s. 


L. 


Richards Corporation 

Soda Fountains 




Fo 


untain and Janitor Supplies 


Phone 


608 Dallas St. 


Fairfax 


2369 Houston. Texas 



EVERY STl DENT 



SHOULD SUPPORT 



ALTRY HOUSE 



TRAYLOR SIGN COMPANY 

818 McKinney Avenue Phone Fairfax 0249 

DISPL l) 11)1 ERTISING 
Process Printing Dance Decorations 

HOUSTON 



metropolitan theater — houston's greatest entertainment 



AMERICAN TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY 

Third Floor Esperson Building Houston, Texas 

INSURES LAM) TITLES IN ALL PARTS OF TEXAS 

HARRIS COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY 

ABSTRACTS OF TITLES 
Frank J. Breaker. Manager Fairfax 5191 



There is No Substitute 
for 

— Sincere effort 

— Honest application 

— Definite purpose 

— Interested citizensh ip 

— True sportsmansh ip 

— \\ holesome recreation 

— Understanding sympath v 

College is but the stepping stone to Life's en- 
deavors Live and Learn hut really after 

all, Live to Learn. Be not discouraged with de- 
layed realization of ambitions Continue on 

with renewed determination. 



lust a friendly sireetini: and a bit oi advice from 

JO O 



a Friend of Rice. 

D. C. R. 



Compliments <>f 

HUNT & HUNT 

Attorneys <ii Law 
Esperson Building Houston, Texas 



UTILITY SUPPLY CO. 

WHOLESALE ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 

1205 North Main Street Phone Fairfax 6379 

I louston, Texas 



Farrar Lumber Company 

Building Materia I 

2401 Texas Avenue Phone Capitol 1347 



Compliments of 



G r a y b a R 

ELECTRIC COM P \\Y. INC. 



General Electric Supply Corporation 



SOUTH 

TEXAS 

COMMERCIAL 

NATIONAL 

BANK 



l'\ I'KOMZK CWIPWILF. \l)\ ERTISERS 



Compliments of 

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Compliments of 

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L933 



PAST PERFORMANCE AND 
FUTURE ASSURANCE 

The difficulties that have besel the 
business world (luring the past three 
years arc but repetitions of mam suc- 
cessive tests that have confronted the 
AETNA UIFE INSURANCE COM- 
PANY. During more than EIGHT! 
YEARS of economic ups and downs. 
AETNA has kept FAITH with its poli- 
cyholders. Today, the \ETNA oilers 
insurance protection, backed li\ un- 
questioned FINANCIAL DEPEND- 
\ POLITY. 

Jos. S. Smith. General incut 

\I,T\ \ LIFE IN SI R WCE CO. 

3019-23 Gulf Pudding Houston 



Compliments <>f 
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ATTORNEYS XT I. V \\ 
Petroleum liuildiii". Houston. Texas 



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After the 
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HOUSTON'S MOST POPULAR 
FINEST CONFECTIONERS 

Two Stores 



After the 
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Compliments 

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COMPANY 

714 McKinney Avenue 

Fairfax 7700 



iiif%j pi3l 



Genuine A. B. Dick. Mimeographs, 
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Schccr $r Companu, Inc. 

Creators and Designers of 

Peauttful (Clot)its 

for Women and Children 
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Houston's Favorite Man's Store 



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612 MAIN 



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IN APPRECIATION 



Because of the largemindedness of its board of directors, the 
place given in its curricula to pure science, and its high interpre- 
tation of its obligation to business .... we hold the Rice Institute 
in high regard. 

Especially, because we hold to similar ideals, do we appreciate 
the contribution of pure science and engineering principles 
which Rice Institute makes to the practical business of producing 
rotary drilling tools. 

REED ROLLER BIT CO. 

HOUSTON • TEXAS 




STERLING & BAKER 



Brokers and Investment Counselors 



II (H STO \ 



Serving Texas Investors Since l ( )2.'? 



Westinghouse Gifts "Mean More 



V 



The famous 
Wes t inghfiuse 
Dual Auto- 
matic Refrig- 
erator. 



There is 3 
West inghouse 
Electric 
W asher for 
every purpose. 



Westinghouse 
Straight Suc- 
tion Vacuum 
Cleaner. 




The latest 
Wes t inghouse 
T u r n o v e r 
Toaster. Long 
Life Heating 
Element. 



The New 
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Dual Auto- 
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Zone Electric 
Range Has Au- 
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perature Con- 
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Westinghouse 
China Urn Set 
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Beautiful Hall 
China Hand- 
some Micarta 
Tray. 



KOYSTON & RAYZOR 



M un II. ROYSTON 

I New roN It \w«.n 



Attorneys at Law 



1 [ouston ami ( ial\ eston 



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( '.\. \ni:Mi; S. E VSTI1 \M 
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(.Equal To l/iy, Be«er r/ion Many) 



Operatiii": Kejrular Liner Service Oul of Gulf Ports American Flag Steamers 



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I s Mail Service— Route No. l."> 

FROM 

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in 

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J< )S. F. MEYER CO. 

Jobbers of 
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802-812 Franklin \\< 



Phone Preston 01 16 



Houston Land & Trust Company 

Texas' Oldest Trust Company 



Le Blanc s 



You get more good food 



for your money 



;il 



Le Blanc s 



Compliments of 

Batterson Tire Service, Inc. 

Leeland at Caroline Fairfax 5161 

Distributors: GENERAL TIRES Complete Auto Service 




Bringing Park Avenue lolhe Campus 

\\ c arc exclush e agents lor Thos. Heath 

Clothes and bring to particular college 

men the products of America's finest 

tailors and haberdashers. 

Leo ro l ii & Pk i ce 

805 M \i\ Street 



Reason's whole pleasure, all the joys 
ol sense 

Lie in three words: health, peace, and 
competence. 

l>Of,i>. 



Compliments of a Friend 



SIM. \KS DMin 



NICOSIA'S UK U TY SALON 

Complete and Individualized 
Methods of Beaut) ( lulture 

Second Floor Ku>k Building 
Phone ( lap. 63 . I 



ATRIBUTETO IxICE 



Ri 



THE R. II. S\\ \RTZ COMPANY 
Printing Office Supplies 



We hold in high regard the great RICE 
INSTITUTE for its contribution 
year in and year out to the profes- 
sional, industrial, and cultural life 
of the Nation. 



J 



. H. McEVOYs CO. 

HOUSTON, TEXAS 



HENKE & PlLLOT, Inc 



GROCERS 



For more than sixty years 
Henke & Pillot has led in 
giving Houston and vicinity 

MOST OF THE 
BEST FOR THE 
PRICE 



FOUR STORES 

Milam St. at Congress Ave. 3005 Washington Ave. 

2806-2816 Travis St. Polk Ave. at St. Bernard St. 



IV I i 1 9 


Ye Old College I mi 

Is more than an eating place 
It s part of % our college days 


MAIN AT CAPITOL 

N Mil WS CLOTHES 

are fashioned to meet youthful 

expectations 

Si its Shoes II vis 

\M> l'l RNISHINGS 


Compliments and best wishes for success 

to the 

GRADUATES of 1933 

• 

JESSE H.JONES 

Interests 

HOUSTON TEXAS 


GRAY & WIIMI m>l>«. 

Members New York Stock Exchange, New York Curb 
Exchange, Boston Stock Exchange 

MAIN OFFICE 44 WALL STREET, NEW YORK 

STOCKS AMI IIOM»s 

Houston Office With Direct Private Wire to 
New York— 403 Gulf Building 

Telephones Fairfax KI9I Long Distance 285 
C. I. McLEAN, Resident Partner 

Branch < >ffu es Itoston, Houston, Detroit 


Penry's 
SANDWICH SHOP 

MILAM AT LAMAR 
jRice Hang-Out— Open All Nite 




The privilege of being host to the guests and friends of Rice is one we 
hold high. \\ ith constant excellence in every branch of our service we 
shall continue to merit this distinction. The hospitality of The ^ ar- 
wick's rooms, apartments and dining room are yours, Rice. 



Main Street \t 
Hermann Pvkk 



Warwick 

HOTEL AND APARTMENTS 



Wallace C. O'Leary 
Manager 



Since 1920 



Rice Institute has had a large place in m\ life. 
Its growth, its developments have been watched 
with great pride ami interest. 

Let me take this occasion to thank Rice stu- 
dents and executives for their many courtesies, 
and for the business given me since my con- 
nection with the Star Engraving Company, 
which, like Rice, is a Houston institution serv- 
ing Texas and the Nation. 

Lindsey Blarney. Jr. 

Class of 1924. 



MASSEY 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 

"The ( 'nurse In Success" 

1217 Capitol Avenue at 
( Caroline Street 



E. C. LYLE 

L903 Magnolia Street 

Hot STON 




More Stars Than All Oilier Motion Picture Companies Combined! 



STAR POWER! 



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ioiin mmn moke 

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DONT LET PERSONAL 
fe AFFAIRS DISTRACT 
YOUR ATTENTION 
FROM BUSINESS. 



HUGHES 

TOOL 
COMPANY 

Main Office & Plant 

HOUSTON 

TEXAS 



Manufacturers of 
Specialized Oil Industry Tools 



Service Plants: Export Offices: 

Los Angeles, California 19 Rector Street 

Oklahoma City. Oklahoma New York City 
Midland. Texas 



HOGAN-ALLNOCH 

l)r\ Goods Company 



W HOLESALE 



I [ouston, Texas 





Decker's 

lowana and 

\ aciiuin Cooked 

I lams 

"The Taste is 

SO li<M)ll" 



J. E. 1 )<M-k<T «S. Sons Sales Co. 



( 'ompliments 



oj 



t FRIEND 



the nmskiLL 

U SI I N. TEX \S 

I ii si in headquarters for 
Rice Institute tliiiimi. 
Faculty, and Students. 

\\. I,. Stark, Mgr. 



E. I). SHEPHERD, JR. 



Compliments of 
RAIJMI I). HENDERSON 



j.wein<;arte\.Iik-. 



Compliments oj 
SIDNEY ISKVEL 



.1. li. EMiTIIM \N 





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Admiration DfrlPYtUf 

If you make coffee in any drip 
coffee making device, be sure to 
ask your grocer for Admiration 
Dripkut. It makes the finest cup 
you ever drank. If it isn't Ad- 
miration Coffee, it isn't Dripkut. 



It pays to back 
a winner 

Speed, control, and support win baseball games. When the 
home team has all the essentials of a pennant winner you 
'root for the home team dont you ? 

Admiration Coffee is a 'home team " It is made m Texas 
It maintains the largest coffee payroll in Texas. It pays 
more taxes than any othei Texas coffee institution 

Admiration reaches your grocer "oven- fresh' direct *-rom 
the roasting plant through the operation of an 'mmense 
fleet of fast motor trucks over systematized routes that s 
speed and control Will you furnish the support by buying 
this fine old blend of winey delicious coffees for use n 
your home? You'll like it better than any other coffee you 
ever drank. 



DUNCAN 



C O F F E E 



COMPANY 



A TEXAS INSTITUTION SERVING TEXANS1 



MRS. LSPKRSON STEW \KT 



KING'S SANDWICH SHOP 
OPEN ALL NITE 



OK. I) VV1I) A. HAGERMAN 



Compliments 

REICHARDT ELECTRIC 
COMPANY 



OIL G. S. HAM 



HOUSTON SHOE HOSPITAL 

3 Stores 

1. 515 Travis 

2. 1007 Prairie 

3. 1010 Walker 



HOI STO.N Mi "SI NESS COLLEGE 



Compliments of 

RICE BIBLE CLASS 

Second Presbyterian Church 

OK I I itl STOIN 



r ITiis Spaee Donated by a Friend 



Compliments 

of a 

KR I KM) 



YORK ICE MACHINERY CORPORATION 

Offices in 
Houston (Texas Headquarters). Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, El Paso 

Refrigeration for all Commercial Purposes 

Dairy and Creamery Machinery 

Complete Air Conditioning Plants 

(After July 1. 1933. see new plant for air conditioning entire nine story 
building of Humble Oil and Refining Company of Houston employing York 
Freon Refrigerating Machinery.) 



A. J. EPPLE 



HOUSTON LAW SCHOOL 

Jesse E. Moseley Ewing Werlein 

President Dean 

Offices 
1212 Second National Bank Bldg. 



HUGH C. WELSH 




IN APPRECIATION 

of the patronage and friendship of the 

student body and faculty of Rice 

Institute 

American Beauty Cover 
Company 

1000-8 Orange Street 

Dallas 

For the second successive year, the 

CAMPANILE is bound in an 

American Beauty Cover 



TEXAS CHEMICAL COMPANY 

Manufacturers of Heavy Chemicals 

Executive and Sales Office 
Hill ston. Ti \ vs 



Houston 



Factories 
Fort \X orth - Baton Rouge. La. - Bastrop, La. 



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HE HADEN COMPAN 

Complete Line Building Materials 



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SHELL - SAM) - CHANEL 



Fairfax 6141 Day and \iu.ht Scrricc II e \<>ivr Close Jefferson at Shepherd 



LESLIE I II U.I.. President 

WE ARE KNOWN in 
01 R WORK 

Immaculate Cleanliness Is the Price 

of Popularity 
Constantly fixing places— seeing things — 
from morning until night, is hard on 
clothes Bui the Pearl Laundr) is NOT. 
\\ c keep vour clothes immaculately cl :an 
hi' keep them in service longer. 



I). V. B0\ LES, JR., Sec'y-Treas. 




and Cleaners. Inc. 



1705-11 Main Streel 



Allgood wishes to the graduates, students 
and faculty of 

!{ I ( ] E 

May you ever reflect credit to that great 
institution which is makingsucha worthy 
contribution to your success. 



Dale < !. Rogers 



Pig n W histle Sandwiches 



ARE 
MADE 
FRESH 




TO 

YOUR 

ORDER 



Pig'n ffptlc 



DENTLER MAID 
FOODS 

A I ariety for Every Occasion 

MADE IN HOUSTON BY 

GEO. IE DENTEER c\ SONS 



^FASHI?n 

017-19-21 M\i\ Houston. Texas 



NOTICE STUDENTS 

Get Your Campus Wrecks 

from 

DOW MOTOR 




MAIM AND PP.ESTON 



Home of 
RICHARD CARLTON CLOTHES 

for Men and Young Men 



Drugs 
Toilet (nicies 



Gifts 
Periodicals 



THE 



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\\ HITMAN'S AND MISS 
SAYLOR'S CANDY 

3100 Main Street II. 2101-2102 

EREE DELIVERY SERVICE 

"Every Service You Expect of a 

(,ood Dvui! Store" 



Booksellers to Houston for over 
36 Years 



IOl4TEXASAVt iNEARMAIN) 
Books- Statfnnp-ryOifw 



Lending, Library 



School Supplies 



M VkU 

\Oi RSELF 

\T 

HOME 



Compliment* 



PIG 



STANDS 



/ Y vV// r{ /'/'' Sandwich 



WE 

ARE 

YOUR 

FRIENDS 




It takes tin- choicest of sweet and sour 
creams, skillfulh blended to make 
Houston's finest butter. The flavor is 
distineth different sweeter. fresber. 
richer, a real delicacy. 

NEW FLAVOR 

MORNING GLORY 
Butter 

til all grocers 



Compliments 

HOUSTON 
ELECTRIC 
COMPANY 

Bert Gray, President 



Compliments of 

The Texas Investment 
Corporation 



Esperson Building 
I [ouston, Texas 



W. M. Boh an. 
President 



Just Good Clothes for 
Smartk Dressed Young Men 

Houston' s iuthentic Style Shop 




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James Bute Company 




PAIMS AM) 11 ILL r ll'I.R 




McKinnej and Caroline 




Phone F. 9371 




We design, engrave, print, and bind 






books of every description 






as well as magazines, booklets, circulars 






broadsides, window displays 




and posters 


ca JImSP^ '"■■^ 


THE LAKESIDE PRESS 

R. R. DONNELLEY & SONS 
COMPANY 

Printers Binders Engravers . Designers . Lithographers 
350 East 22nd Street, Chicago, Illinois 

Eastern Sales Office: 305 East 15th Street, New York City 


Co meet ike special 
banking needs of indus- 
try and skipping in the 
Southwest kas been the 
constant policy of this 
bank since its organi- 
sation in 1866. 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

Of HOUSTON 


"A PLEA SI RE TO SHOll YOl " 




Wn crw^'^HONLriY/^ 
uILjUIXandprintin&VJJ 


Two Stores 




I'rairie at Fannin & 1103 Main St. 




Hot si<>\. Texas 






The toner — as it appear! mo ft any moonlit night 



A fine business home with the most modern 
facilities does not necessarily insure superior 
work. .... But we have found that it helps. 
For instance, pride in our surroundings causes a 
necessity for equal pride in the work we create. 



THE REIN COMPANY 

HOUSTON, TEXAS 



Printers of The 1933 Campanile 






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f REST l\ PEACE | I 



The Rack 



1917-1931 



FROM THE BEGINNING WE SHOULD LEARN. 
THAT WITH THE LAW WE MUST ABIDE; 
AND IF WE DON'T, WERE SURE TO EARN 
A FATE OF SUICIDE 




-CAVEAT EMPTOR 
























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